Escape the V2 Rocket Plant is the seventh and final mission in Medal of Honor. The mission is divied into three levels: Buzzbomb Assembly, Vengeance Production, and Götterdämmerung.
Pattersons final mission is to infiltrate Germany's top secret rocket production facility. The facility produces the V-2 rocket, a surface to surface missile that the Germans have been using against the Allies. Patterson is to destroy the facility and collect information before the Soviets can reach it. Patterson infiltrates the facility through the V-1 "Buzzbomb" assembly area. In this section Patterson destroys the Germans ability to launch V-1 missiles. The next section Patterson enters is the V-2 production area. Patterson fights his way through the assembly area and collects information on scientists and the V-2s blueprints. Next Patterson sabotages the gyro guidance system to drop the next V-2 rocket on the facility. Once exiting the facility, Patterson makes his way to the launch site and launches the V-2 rocket on top of the facility destroying it and killing all the Germans inside.
- Find V1 Target List
- Destroy V1 Launch Control System
- Open Blast Doors
- Locate Emergency Hatch
- Find Scientist Roster
- Acquire V2 Schematics
- Gain Access to Guidance Labs
- Sabotage Gyro Guidance System
- Find Launch Area
- Launch Sabotaged V2
The enemies are entirely armed with submachine guns. Their accuracy is good and many can be found in groups. Even the scientists are armed with submachine guns.
- Waffen-SS Heavy
- Nefarious Scientist
- In the briefing for Buzzbomb Assembly, Manon says that the V-1 is easier to destroy on the ground. This is untrue as the V-1 could just as easily be destroyed in flight. The British destroyed many with anti-aircraft guns, barrage balloons or even shooting them down with fighters.
- Another mistake is the fact that in the mission there are launch facilities for the V-1 and V-2 at the Nordhausen Mittlewerk. The Mittlewerk was only used to make weapons, not launch them. The V-2s would normally be launched from model units.