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TAC-TV Episode 4 Preview – MOH Warfighter

Starting May 14, TAC-TV will air back to back episodes on the Sportsman Channel and extended versions on TAC-TV.com with an inside look at the new Medal of Honor Warfighter game. LAV takes the developers and creative team to the range to get hands on time with guns from the game. Then the TAC-TV crew gets a behind the scenes look at the work going into making this the most authentic military shooter ever made. Using Tier 1 operators as consultants and partnering with premium firearm industry partners like LBT, Mechanix Wear, McMillan, SureFire, Trijicon, and LaRue Tactical.

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6 Responses to “TAC-TV Episode 4 Preview – MOH Warfighter”

  1. Nathan says:

    Uh huh…. these days game programmers don’t care about representing our Men and Women of the armed forces. They only care about their filthy fat disgusting pay checks. EA Owns this franchise and they only care about exploiting our military for money. They sicken gamers like me.

  2. Doug says:

    Gamers like you. Wow, when did it become something ugly for an American company to try and make a profit? When the troops start lining up outside EA protesting, then maybe you will have something to troll about. This game franchise and those like it are normally the only bright spots for our troops, so keep you man pleaser shut.

    Go Navy!

  3. .308 says:

    yes and BAE, GD and Raytheon ONLY care about the warfighters right? haha.

    Excellent production value on that clip……

  4. Actually what convinced me to get on board with the Medal of Honor development crew is the fact they are giving back to the spec ops communities. The companies involved are making donations to both the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and the Navy SEAL foundation as a way of paying tribute to the warriors the game depicts.

    The crew at Medal of Honor Warfighter have their hearts in the right place and they are setting a new standard for honoring those who serve by bringing exposure to charities that represent the fallen.

    Larry Vickers
    Host
    Tac-TV.com