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Respawn brings the Medal of Honor to VR with Above and Beyond

The game will be exclusive to Oculus' Rift platform

Respawn brings the Medal of Honor to VR with Above and Beyond

Respawn brings the Medal of Honor to VR with Above and Beyond

The Medal of Honor series is about to make its return, thanks to Respawn Entertainment and Oculus Studios. Yes, the Medal of Honor series is coming to VR, bringing users of Oculus VR headsets the ability to enter the Battlefields of World War II. 

Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond will place gamers into a variety of World War II battles, from the initial French Resistance to the German Occupation to the Omaha Beach invasion on D-Day. The game will include a total of 50 levels and place players in aircraft, tanks and a variety of other scenarios. 

The game is due to release in sometime in 2020 for PC. The game will be exclusive to Oculus' Rift VR platform. The game will feature both a single-player campaign and multiplayer modes. 

    Coming in 2020 from Respawn Entertainment and Oculus Studios. Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond brings the historic battlefields of World War II back to the forefront for an epic AAA experience like no other. You’ll play as an Allied agent of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), tasked with infiltrating, outgunning, and outsmarting the Nazi war machine. As you complete your tour of duty across Europe, you’ll collaborate with the French Resistance, working to sabotage Nazi operations from behind enemy lines.

In addition to both a full narrative campaign and multiplayer modes, Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond includes a unique story gallery, letting you sit with WWII veterans and survivors to hear their stories while witnessing first-hand the events and locations that have shaped our history.


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26-09-2019, 20:37:31

OMG.PLS.NO
I mean say what you want about it not being available for any other platform... This is a move that should really be celebrated because....

1) It furthers the adoption and progression of VR as a whole.

2) Its RESPAWN ENTERTAINMENT - The game has come full circle which means that Vince Zampella has his baby back!

For those that dont know Zampella worked on MoH:AA before he went and founded InfinityWard and made the first CoD game with them. MoH:AA is one of the BEST games in the entire franchise and it was the same for CoD when it was Zampella behind the design of the game.

Every MoH game that didnt have zampella involved flopped and was an absolutely forgettable experience.

So despite it being on Oculus only. Zampella being back behind the wheel gives me new hope that maybe the franchise will live on and he will get EA to release new MoH titles for PC and consoles.Quote
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