Iranian news confuses ‘Medal of Honor’ video with Hezbollah attack

In October 2010, the popular developer and distributor Electronic Arts launched a first-person shooter game belonging to the Medal of Honor series, which was available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC with a theme based on contemporary Afghanistan.

Apparently the company did a very good job applying a modified version of Unreal Engine 3 and Frostbite Engine, since a simple gameplay has been able fool a newsreel Iranian official.

As it recently became popular online, an iranian television shared a video of a Medal of Honor mission posing as a real Hezbollah sniper eliminating six ISIS soldiers with a rifle in the snow. As confirmed by the portals SamaGame and France 24, many other media outlets made the same mistake.

You can to take a look to the video shared below:


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