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Medal of Honor: Warfighter day one patch

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It prevents party gatecrashing, eavesdropping, and age discrimination.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter deploys worldwide today. You might already have a copy in your hands. If you want to play it, you’ll first have to download a day one patch that plugs more holes than you might expect for a brand new game.

The patch is for both console and PC versions of the title, and fixes a vast number of issues in both the single-player campaign and multiplayer components of the game. Full patch notes are available on the EA website. Below is a selection of the fixes that vary from the potentially frustrating to the downright ridiculous.

- Fixed an issue where the default difficulty was set to Easy instead of Normal.

- Fixed an issue where controls would become unresponsive under certain conditions.

- Players can no longer join an invitation only party without being invited.

- Fixed an issue where aiming was pushing the player away from the wall they were standing next to.

- VOIP team channel no longer includes players from the other team.

- (PS3 – Japan) Fixed an issue that prevented 17-year old users from playing online.

- Fixed an issue where a player’s class was changing without their input.

- Fixed a case of an explosion not playing the right audio.

This is not the first time EA has had to patch a shooter on day one, with Battlefield 3 getting the same treatment upon its release around this time last year. Both that game and Medal of Honor had a multiplayer beta.

Medal of Honor: Warfighter is out now on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.

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Staff article by David Owen (October 23, 2012)

David Owen is a freelance writer who also contributes to VG247, Eurogamer, IGN, and others. He likes Gitaroo Man more than is healthy.

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