Last year, EA and Respawn Entertainment released Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond, one of the most ambitious and immersive VR shooters ever made. Now even more players will get to experience Respawn’s recreation of World War II, as Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond is making its way to Oculus Quest 2 this year.
Experience the complete Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond single player campaign on Quest 2—no need for a powerful PC or Link cable. Go behind enemy lines as an OSS officer during World War II. Sabotage the Nazis alongside the French Resistance, storm Normandy on D-Day, infiltrate a U-boat and destroy it from the inside, take down enemy aircraft, and more, as you battle to liberate Europe.
The fight continues in Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond’s multiplayer. With 12 maps and 5 different multiplayer modes, get ready for tense head-to-head action on the front lines of World War II. Wield historically accurate weaponry and fend off the enemy in the fields around a French winery, at a snowed-in power station, in the corridors of a wrecked train, and more.
And in The Gallery, you can learn more about the real history behind the events depicted in Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond. This incredible collection of documentaries was produced specifically for the game, and includes Colette, the Academy Award™ winner for Best Documentary Short Subject, which follows one of the last surviving members of the French Resistance on a poignant trip to the slave-labor camp where her brother died during the war. The Gallery is a lasting document of a war that’s fast fading from living memory, told by some of the few remaining people who experienced it first-hand.
The full Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond singleplayer campaign, frenetic multiplayer, and the living history of The Gallery—it’s a massive amount of content, but carefully reworked to fit (and run) on any Quest 2. No PC, no tether, and no excuses. Soon, you too can Charge Into History.
Stay tuned—we’ll have a release date and other details for you in the very near future.