Medal of Honor: Airborne for PC
PC - Windows

Medal of Honor: Airborne

Sep 4, 2007
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About this game

Developer: EA Los Angeles
Content Rating: Teen


Step into the boots of Boyd Travers, Private First Class of the 82nd Airborne Division and engage in battles throughout Europe. From rocky beginnings in Sicily to war-winning triumphs in Germany, each mission begins behind enemy lines, with an intense and fully interactive airdrop. Your ability to determine your own starting point dramatically changes the way each mission plays out. View the entire operation from the air, and then control your parachute to choose your landing spot. On the ground, gather your senses and assess the terrain. A wide variety of authentic, customizable weapons are at your disposal, each with distinct characteristics.

System Requirements


  • OS: Windows XP or Vista (32-bit) (64-Bit versions of Windows not supported)
  • Processor: Intel 2.8 GHz or faster (3.0 Ghz or faster for Vista) or AMD Athlon 2800+ for Windows XP / AMD Athlon 3800+ for Windows Vista
  • Memory: 1 GB or more
  • Graphics: Video card with 128 MB or more memory, Pixel Shader 3.0 support, and one of these chipsets is required: ATI Radeon X1300 Pro or greater, NVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT or greater. NOTE: NVIDIA 6800XT/LE, 7100GS, 7200GS/LE, 7300 GS/GT are not supported. NVIDIA SLI and ATI Crossfire modes are not supported.
  • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c compatible
  • Hard Drive: 9.0 GB or more free space
  • Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible (For Creative Sound Blaster Audigy cards running under Windows Vista you should expect lower performance)
  • Special Requirements: 2-12 players and 24 w

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Dan AdamsSep 04, 2007
The weapons feel and sound good as well and dropping into each level from the sky adds some interest and replayability through occasionally the feature seems more like a gimmick than something to change shooters for all time. The shiny coat of EA presentation covering all aspects of Airborne certainly help with the enjoyment, but there's not quite as much variety and interaction that we're becoming used to in top-tier shooters these days.
Game TrailersSep 27, 2007
While Medal of Honor: Airborne doesn’t mange to make the World War II shooter relevant again, it does add some fresh and interesting ideas into the mix. The lack of narrative finesse and the toning down of the scripted events was a good call. It’s not quite the open world shooter that was promised, but it’s definitely a step in the right direction.
Aaron ThomasSep 04, 2007
Medal of Honor: Airborne is a game that rewards those who are patient enough to stick with it. The first half of the game is dull and just rehashes the same sort of gameplay you've seen countless times before. But about halfway through, things pick up and gradually get better and better until the last two levels, which are quite intense and a lot of fun to play.

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