With the last title released back in 2012, fans of the Medal of Honor series have had to hope and wait for a long time in regard to a sequel.
Now the wait is over, but it looks like only Oculus owners are going to be able to play the latest entry into the series from Respawn Entertainment, Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond.
Announced yesterday, Respawn told fans to prepare for an experience that pushes “boundaries in ways that hasn’t been pushed before”.
The new title will be a VR exclusive, allowing players to become a part of history and fight through World War 2 as an Agent of the Office of Strategic Services, utilising guns and vehicles to accomplish objectives.
It’s an interesting premise, however, fans on Twitter have been vocal in their criticisms, such as one user, Titan Astronault, who said “I was pretty excited for a new MoH game, but…VR.”
The Oculus platform is seen as one of the best VR headsets available, but with the cheapest version coming in at just under £200, it’s a pricey investment for gamers that may see the title struggle to find sales.
Medal of Honor: Above and Beyond hits stores next year, but what is your opinion on the choice?