Medal of Honor Multiplayer Open Beta available

You can play now Medal of Honor, but only three days – until October 7 at 11:59pm, cause Electronic Arts has pre-released a portion of the upcoming fps action set in the unforgiving Afghanistan.

You can grab the beta here www.medalofhonor.com/pcopenbeta and try your tactical and headhot skills against your buddies, before the official release of the game on October 12, 2010 in North America (Oct. 15 in EU). The PC Multiplayer Open Beta goes live just days after EA announced that the Taliban Team or opposing team, has been renamed to Opposing Force (OPFOR). This decision was made “out of respect for the families of these men and women”. The change applies only to the name of the opposing team in multiplayer – the gameplay, environments, characters models and weapons have not changed, as well to the single-player game.

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The Multiplayer Open Beta features two new maps inspired by real world locations: Kunar Base –  where two sides fight to control tactical sectors of the map, and Shahikot Mountainsm, that is played in the objective-based Combat Mission multiplayer mode where gamers battle through a series of objectives to defeat the opposing team.

Medal Of Honor ScreenShot

Medal Of Honor ScreenShot

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