When it comes to Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, Respawn Entertainment is more than ready to deliver a full-blown World War 2 VR experience with which to immerse players back in the era of fps that made Medal of Honor famous. But what many may not have known is that Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond will also feature a competitive multiplayer mode. To that end, Respawn Entertainment, Electronic Arts, and Oculus released a trailer entirely focused on the multiplayer aspect of the upcoming VR title.
The new Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond multiplayer trailer was dropped on the Oculus YouTube channel on December 2, 2020. This particular trailer focuses in entirely on the multiplayer aspect of Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond. When the game launches on December 11, 2020, it will feature five different multiplayer modes, including Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Domination, a king-of-the-hill style Blast Radius, and bomb-defusal style Mad Bomber. You can see the entire trailer in action just below.
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.— Medal of Honor (@medalofhonor) December 2, 2020
Charge into history when Above and Beyond launches Dec 11. pic.twitter.com/RO3z21h5Cm
Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond has been an interesting venture in the fact that it’s a return to the beginnings of the entire franchise with its World War 2, but also arguably moves the genre forward with a full move into VR. A huge focus has gone into putting players in a far more immersive World War 2 FPS experience, as Director Peter Hirschmann shared with us in a previous interview. However, it seems as though those looking for more in the way of competitive multiplayer won’t be left out in the cold either.