Hell Let Loose is let loose from early access, as it launches on PC today.
Hell Let Loose is a visceral and intense online World War Two experience. After entering early access back in 2019, developers from Black Matter Games released nine massive updates to the game. However, after two years the game is finally leaving early access.
Black Matter announced the move to a full release back at the Future Games Show during E3. Its launch coincides with Update 10, which introduces Russian forces and a new Eastern Front Map.
During its E3 announcement, Black Matter founder Maximilian Rea, revealed that the game had sold over one million units during its time in early access. Max stated in a developer update on Steam that leaving early access would allow the studio to “continue to work on ad support Hell Let Loose well into the future”.
THERE’S PLENTY MORE TO COME
Speaking with PCGamesN, Rea revealed that the game would continue to produce and release large-scale updates at the same rate as in early access. Players can then expect around four updates per year, although Rea has yet to decide on the pricing format for its expansions. Rea also pointed out that he would love to bring further war factions to the game such as British and Japanese soldiers.
Currently Hell Let Loose is a PC exclusive, however, a next-gen release is planned for some time in 2021. Despite this announcement coming back in June, we still have no word on a potential release date for consoles.
Players interested in an authentic World War Two experience can pick up Hell Let Loose over on Steam for £24.99.
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Featured Image Credit: Black Matter