Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, which is due to release on December 11, has received a final trailer ahead of release. The trailer below shows off the game’s narrative focus in its campaign, and gives some insight into what multiplayer will look like, too. You’ll be able to fire bazookas, cut down rope bridges, and experience everything in virtual reality. The game comes from Titanfall 2 and Apex Legends developer Respawn Entertainment.
The trailer also shows how the game will integrate real-life interviews with veterans to give players a sense of the real conflicts and people that inspired the game.
It’s time to put boots on the ground. @MedalofHonor has arrived on @Oculus Rift & Quest with Link. Charge into history and experience a deep single player story, 5 explosive multiplayer modes, and the Gallery. Available Now! https://t.co/TtNndwwF9G pic.twitter.com/LPfzbPVMQh
— The Game Awards (@thegameawards) December 11, 2020
If you want to play the new Medal of Honor, make sure you clear some space–the storage requirements are intimidatingly huge.