I actually decided to cancel the preorder for this game just by looking at the achievement list.
For a couple reasons really. The main point being I just despise games that have multiplayer based achievements. I'm ok with a couple simple ones, maybe one or two for hitting certain levels even.
Then we get to games like Homefront. They plug the poo out of the campaign saying it's all awesome and such, then focus all attention, as far as achievements go, to multiplayer.
That....and when i got a chance to play the multiplayer a few months ago it really wasn't that good....