Respawn’s upcoming VR shooter receives some new details.
The Medal of Honor franchise is one of many legacy EA properties that haven’t enjoyed the best of times these last few years, but it looks like it’s line for a solid comeback soon. The Respawn-developed VR exclusive Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond launches very soon, and ahead of its release, Oculus Studio has shared some new information on the game.
Over on Reddit, a thread was recently published detailing some of the modes players can expect in the VR first person shooter, along with various clips showing each of them off. In addition to clips from the single player campaign, also highlighted were the main menu area of the game, small arcade-like objective-driven challenges, the quartermaster area with its firing range, the museum where you can check out easter eggs and cutscenes from all the missions in the game, and the score-driven survival mode.
In a comment, it was also confirmed that the game’s single player campaign will be roughly 10-12 hours long (at least that’s what Respawn Entertainment are aiming for), but with the survival mode and other content added on top – not to mention the multiplayer component – that number will likely go a lot higher.
Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond will launch for PC on December 11.