Posted on August 2, 2012 AT 02:47pm
In late October the team at Danger Close Games is set to unveil what has been described as a tense, realistic war experience by the way of the latest in the Medal of Honor series. Medal of Honor: Warfighter has a release date of October 23nd here in the United States and is aiming to bring an unparalleled experience to gamers as the single player is being written by actual overseas operatives from the US Military. To help set the mood, Danger Close has pulled Mike Shinoda from the band Linkin Park to provide in-game music for the game.
As a part of this agreement, in Linkin Park’s upcoming video for the song “Castle of Glass” off of the album Living Things, the band will feature gameplay footage from Medal of Honor: Warfighter. The video is set to showcase dramatic themes and authentic action using both the in-game footage as well as live action footage captured for the video. The video is set to debut in October, just before the release of Medal of Honor: Warfighter.
“Linkin Park has always shown a great deal of respect and gratitude for our servicemen and women, many of whom are fans of their music,” said Greg Goodrich, Executive Producer of Medal of Honor stated in a press release this afternoon. “Partnering with them for the Medal of Honor Warfighter soundtrack and the ‘CASTLE OF GLASS’ music video is a natural fit for us. We have shared values and respect for these heroes from many different nations – and their families – who serve on our behalf around the world.”
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