In a few days, Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond will be a new offshoot of EA's shooter series. The last game was released over eight years ago. It was Medal of Honor: Warfighter. For the comeback of the series, however, the publisher is initially relying on a VR title. The game is currently in development at Respawn Entertainment, best known for Titanfall and Apex Legends.
A few days before the release, those responsible have now published another trailer for Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond. This time the focus is on multiplayer, which will be available at launch with different game modes. Buyers of the VR title can look forward to Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Domination, Mad Bomber and Blast Radius. A total of twelve players can take part in one round. Crossplay between Oculus and Steam is also supported. The shooter will also offer a single player campaign.
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The story takes place here at the time of World War II and puts you in the role of an agent of the Office of Strategic Services. Most recently, new gameplay for the shooter was shown in September. Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond will be released on December 12, 2020. Compatible VR headsets include HTC Vive, Valve Index, Oculus Rift and Oculus Quest.
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