MEDAL OF HONOR: ABOVE AND BEYOND Will Feature a Series of Interviews With World War II Veterans


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MEDAL OF HONOR: ABOVE AND BEYOND Will Feature a Series of Interviews With World War II Veterans

Electronic Arts has revealed some new details about Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond's Gallery, a series of never-before-seen documentary films featuring interviews with the world's greatest heroes: WWII veterans.

That's right, the upcoming VR-exclusive FPS — which is being developed by Respawn Entertainment — will try to teach you something about the real-world effects of World War II while you do your best to infiltrate Nazi operations from behind enemy lines as a fictional Allied agent of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS). 

"Medal of Honor has always celebrated the everyday people who did extraordinary things in the face of overwhelming odds, and Above and Beyond continues that tradition in new and unique ways," the award-winning studio said. "Using interviews and 360° footage, the team captured powerful first-hand stories from combat veterans and survivors of the war, using state-of-the-art technology to preserve their stories for future generations," the renowned crew responsible for Titanfall and Apex Legends added.

According to the creators of last year's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, "the process of capturing these stories was an enormous undertaking, spanning years and continents." With Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond arriving on Valve Index, HTC Vive, and Oculus Rift on December 11, you will be able to visit the Gallery soon.

To learn more about Respawn's truly unique way to make learning history fun, take a look at this new trailer:

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