Electronic Arts has released the Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault single-player demo which features the Henderson Field (Guadalcanal) level. This upcoming WWII FPS sequel in the works at EA Los Angeles will be available for PC this Fall.
One Marine Can Make a Difference
Medal of Honor Pacific Assault puts you in the boots of a WWII soldier in the Pacific Theater of Operations. As Marine Private Tommy Conlin, you must survive the devastating attack on Pearl Harbor and then join the Allied crusade to defeat imperial Japan's bloody conquest of the Pacific. From the attack at Pearl Harbor to the pivotal battle against Japanese Forces at Tarawa Island, Medal of Honor Pacific Assault gives PC gamers a sense of the courage it took to endure and overcome the Japanese threat in WWII and fight for VICTORY in the Pacific.
Destroy the Japanese Empire -- From defending Battleship Row at Pearl Harbor to maneuvering the jungles of Guadalcanal, fight your way through more than 35 single-player levels in the Pacific Theatre.
Ground-Breaking Technology -- Medal of Honor Pacific Assault sets a new benchmark in real-world visuals, with Havok physics, mind-blowing lighting, textures, mirroring effects, and much more.
Revamped A.I. -- The all-new artificial intelligence takes advantage of squad tactics to create real, emergent environments.
All-New Multiplayer Elements -- With class based gameplay, all-new Invader gametype, integrated PunkBuster Technology, and eight original gameplay scenarios, multiplayer is more intense than ever before.
Verge of Death -- When pinned down by suppression fire and on your last breath, call a medic over, and hope for healing in time.
= Windows XP or Windows 2000 = 2.0+ GHz Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon processor = 512 MB RAM = 3D video card with 128+ MB video memory which fully supports DirectX 9.0
= Windows XP or Windows 2000 = 1.5 GHz Intel Pentium IV or AMD Athlon processor = 256 MB RAM = 3D video card with 64+ MB video memory which fully supports DirectX 8.1
The Medal of Honor Pacific Assault(tm) Demo has been tested on the following 3D video cards under Windows 2000 and Windows XP:
= ATI Radeon 9500, 9600, 9700 and 9800 = ATI Radeon x300, x600 and x800 = Nvidia GeForceFX 5200, 5300, 5500, 5600, 5700, 5750, 5900 and 5950 = Nvidia GeForce 6800