Medal of Honor Airborne Patch Update
|Platform:||Mobile phone, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3|
|Mode:||Single player, Multiplayer|
|Release Date:||August 28, 2007|
Medal of Honor Airborne Patch Update Summary:
Medal of Honor Airborne Patch Update: Medal of Honor: Airborne is a World War II first-person shooter video game and the 11th installment of the Medal of Honor series. It was developed by EA LA and was released worldwide on Mobile phones in August 2007, and on Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 in September 2007. Versions for the PlayStation 2, Wii, and Xbox were planned but they were cancelled in 2007. Instead, Medal of Honor: Vanguard was released exclusively for the first two consoles. A PlayStation 3 version was released November 2007. The game takes place in the European theater of World War II, and is the first in the series to focus only on paratrooper activities.
In the single-player mode, the player takes on the role of PFC/CPL Boyd Travers, a fictional paratrooper in the US 82nd Airborne Division. Missions include various insertions into Italy, northern France, the Netherlands and Germany, each one beginning with a jump behind enemy lines. Airborne also features a multiplayer mode available for online play, where users have the choice of fighting for the Allies and parachuting down to the battlefield, or fighting for the Axis and starting on the ground, defending the position from enemy paratroopers.
Medal of Honor Airborne Patch Update:
- Added the option to replace the rifle class with a non- scoped Springfield for dedicated servers.
- Added the option to replace the rifle class with a non-scoped G43 for dedicated servers.
- Heraklion map is playable in all multiplayer game modes.
- The Hunt Classic map is playable in all multiplayer game modes.
- Added a new server command â€œsayâ€ that allows server admins to make announcements through the console or in-game RCon tool. The announcements will appear on all connected clients and will be distinguished with both a prefix and different color.