The VR shooter also has a fun looking multiplayer element.
It’s been many years now since the last Medal of Honor title. Now EA and Respawn Entertainment are looking to revive it with the VR title, Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond. It will once again see you in the midst of World War 2, and we have seen quite a lot of the game’s single player campaign. It will also have a multiplayer aspect, too, which got highlighted today.
The new video from the developer shows several aspects of the game’s multiplayer, disconnected floating arms and all. It will have five modes: Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Blast Radius, Mad Bomber and Domination. It looks to have a surprising amount of depth and the multiplayer scene for VR isn’t too big as of now, so it’s no doubt a welcome addition to look out for.
Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is set to release on PC December 11th and will have support for Steam VR, meaning it’ll have support for most major PC VR headsets such as Oculus, HTC Vive and Valve Index.
In addition to Above and Beyond’s single-player campaign, you can master the distinctive handling of a host of WWII weapons and test yourself against opponents in five multiplayer modes on sites across Europe.
Charge into history when Above and Beyond launches Dec 11. pic.twitter.com/RO3z21h5Cm
— Medal of Honor (@medalofhonor) December 2, 2020