Medal of Honor: Allied Assault: Breakthrough
Developer(s) TKO Software
Publisher(s) Electronic Arts
Platform(s) PC
Release date(s) September 22, 2003
Genre(s) First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) ESRB: Teen (T)
Media CD

Breakthrough is the second expansion pack for Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, this time developed by TKO Software.

It was included in the compilation CDs "Medal of Honor Allied Assault: War Chest" and "Medal of Honor: 10th Anniversary Bundle"


The player takes the role of Sgt. John Baker of the US 34th Infantry Division. This campaign covers the Battle of Kasserine Pass, the turning point of the North African campaign, the fall of Bizerte and the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943, followed by the amphibious landings and defense of the beachhead at Anzio in 1944. Breakthrough adds Italian weapons for single player and multiplayer as well as the British and Soviet weapons from Spearhead. Also, additional British weapons are included, to complete the British arsenal.

  • Mission 1: Battle of Kasserine Pass and Tunisia campaign
  • Mission 2: Sicily and Operation Husky
  • Mission 3: Invasion of Monte Cassino, Battle of Anzio and Monte Battaglia

Medals Edit

Added WeaponsEdit



Added Multiplayer Maps Edit

New Multiplayer Gamemode Edit


  • Sgt. John Baker re-appeared in Medal of Honor: Heroes.
  • The appearance of Italian soldiers in the expansion pack made Allied Assault the first Medal of Honor game to feature Italian soldiers.
  • The expansion pack has been noted for its historical inaccuracies and anachronisms, and received lower scores than Spearhead or Allied Assault.
  • The 82nd Airborne soldiers that appeared in Mission 2 wear 101st Airborne arm patches and share the same face texture; this seems to be caused by a developer oversight.
  • If you go to any fan-made level, it is possible to see the statistics with the picture that it was impossible to see before. Most likely, these statistics should have appeared after the mission in Italy, but given the fact that after the mission in Italy are credits, these statistics are not visible.
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