Medal of Honor Warfighter is the latest entry in EA's FPS series and with the game launching on October 26, we've teamed up with the publisher to offer CVG readers a chance to win some great MoH themed prizes.
Head on over to our Medal of Honor Warfighter competition hub for your chance to win this week's prize of a rather attractive steel box edition of the game.
Keep it tuned there every Monday and Wednesday afternoon from now until launch, as we'll be unlocking a brand new feature on a different aspect of Warfighter, with expert commentary and insight from developer Danger Close.
For today's piece we're looking at Warfighter's mission design and philosophy. Once again we've got on board Danger Close producer Greg Goodrich to give us the inside track on how Warfighter draws on real world events and locations to bring authenticity to its combat assignments.
Learn how one of the missions was inspired by the Captain Phillips rescue, the ship captain who was rescued by Navy SEAL snipers from Somalian pirates, and is now being made into a movie with Tom Hanks. You'll also be able to learn about Warfighter's approach to stealth missions.
After you've had a read, all you have to do is follow the @Medalofhonor Twitter feed and retweet the weekly message to be in with a chance to win.
There's still a chance to win one of Monday's standard editions of the game too but why not go for both?
Full terms and conditions are available on the site, but head on over to the Medal of Honor: Warfighter competition hub now for your chance to win.
Keep an eye out for more great Medal of Honor Warfighter prizes appearing same time next week.