The Medal of Honor franchise is the grandaddy of all the many World War II FPS franchises: it got its start way back in 1999 on the Sony Playstation. Since then, many, many iterations of the series have come out, each revolving around a different aspect of the World War II conflict.
Now, though, eight years after the franchise's origin, it's arriving on next-gen consoles for the first time with Medal of Honor: Airborne. It places you in the shoes of one Travis Boyd, a private in the airborne infantry that would see their first experimental deployments in World War II. Unlike most FPS games, you're given a lot of freedom in Airborne: the levels are designed such that you can drop down from the sky, as opposed to being set on a specific path and being forced to go forward. As such, you can perform most of the objectives in any order that you choose, giving the missions a freeform feeling that's missing in most single-player FPS games.
In this game guide for Airborne, we're going to walk you through the six missions of the game, as well as give you some tips for getting through it alive. This guide isn't intended to be an exhaustive look at every facet of the game, but should hopefully be of some help if you're having troubel. Enjoy!