Enlisted open beta launches April 8

Currently in paid closed beta.

Enlisted

World War II online first-person shooter Enlisted will exit paid closed beta and launch in open beta for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC on April 8, publisher Gaijin Entertainment and developer Darkflow Software announced.

When open beta launches, the game will be updated with a completely new meta game system, as well as new missions, vehicles, and weapons.

The closed beta featured two campaigns—“Battle for Moscow” and “Invasion of Normandy.” The open beta will introduce more historically accurate war machines, including the US P-38J fighter, Soviet RM-50 mortar, German Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf. H. tank, and more. The game will continue to receive a consistent flow of updates, new content, and campaigns.

“Hundreds” of changes have been implemented in the game during the closed beta based on player feedback and data, including enhanced soldier artificial intelligence, upgraded weapon and vehicle balance, and adjusting the maximum number of soldiers in various class squads.

Open beta launch enhancements include a “significantly improved” progression system, decreased influence of random mechanics, and more player control over the leveling up process. Completing battle tasks to move forward through Battle Pass levels will be rewarded with unique weapons and high-level soldiers, as well as vehicle skins, experience boosters, in-game currency, and more.

The “Founder’s Packs” that grant access to the closed beta will be available for purchase until April 8 and removed from the store forever afterwards, so all content granted to early adopters will remain forever exclusive.

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