If you’ve missed it last year, you can now get Medal of Honor Pacific Assault for free on Origin. This is a part of Origin’s “On the House Program”, where games are offered for free. The users can claim them for a limited amount of time, after which the games require money once again. This time you can save up to $10, as this is the current price of Medal of Honor Pacific Assault.
To claim the game for free, you’ll need to have an Origin account. Go to this official page and claim the game for free. Once you click the button to get it for free, Origin will ask you to log in if you haven’t already, and the process is done. The next window informs you that the game was added to your library. If you want to start playing it right away, you can do so from the same window. Press the Download with Origin button and the downloading process will start if you have Origin updated to the latest version.
The download size of the game is 2.81 GB, and, after the installation process, it takes up around 3.19 GB on your hard drive. The resolution for the game goes from 640×480 (60 Hz) up to 1600×1024 (60 Hz). Some of the settings include texture detail (low to very high), model detail (low to high), hardware shaders (1.1 and 2.0), decals, sound quality (low to high) and more. Here’s a brief description of the game.
Step into the boots of Marine Private Tom Conlin, as you fight your way through the iconic battles of World War II. Work alone and with the help of squad members to complete missions. As squad members gain experience, they develop their own personalities and fight more efficiently. This first-person-shooter features incredible missions, weapons, and vehicles that put you in the middle of the fight.
The game was released back in November 4, 2004, so you can expect that the PC requirements will probably not be an issue. To meet the minimum system requirements, you’ll need at least Pentium 4 @ 1.5 GHz or equivalent processor, 512 MB RAM and DirectX: 8.1
The last time Medal of Honor Pacific Assault was on Origin for free as a part On the House deal was on March 25, 2016 for 67 days. Recently, it was good idea to check out Origin news. There was a week where you could’ve played more than 70 games for free on Origin as a part of Origin Access.