One of the best things about this saga has always been its settings and the incredible quality and originality of the stories and recreations that can be played, that is why the focus from the point of view of the paratrooper Boyd Travers has had such a success. Fighting in the allied forces as a member of the US 82nd Airborne Division, the soldier that we play has to manage to complete his mission and stay alive. This time around, we won't start in a base, the vast majority of the missions will start in the air, something that is a very important disadvantage.
To counteract the hordes of Germans that will try to kill us we will have a full arsenal of weapons available, all of them rather real recreations of the original weapons, that we will have to use at our own discretion. But be careful, we won't be able to carry all of them, so we'll have to choose wisely.
One of the saga's strong points, and the same happens with Medal of Honor: Airborne, is always its graphic and sound quality, even though nowadays it has been beaten by subsequent instalments, the truth is that, when launched, this game set a technical milestone.