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Team 17 WW2 Tactical Shooter Game "Hell Let Loose" Coming To PC Early Access In 2019

Team 17 WW2 Tactical Shooter Game "Hell Let Loose" Coming To Steam In 2019
Hell Let Loose developer Black Matter today announced a partnership with publisher Team17. The company will help bring the game to Steam Early Access at some point in 2019. 

Developed by new studio Black Matter, Hell Let Loose is a realistic World War Two first person shooter with open battles of 100 players with infantry, tanks, mounted guns, a progressively moving front line and an exceptional resource based strategic meta-game. 

Including sweeping maps modeled on real reconnaissance images and satellite data, the whole combat zone is divided up into large capture sectors - taking into consideration rising and continually unique gameplay that pits two powers of fifty players in a battle to the death across fields, bridges, forests and towns on a regularly advancing front line. 

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When a sector is captured,it will produce one of three resources for your team, making a complex meta-game that will impact your team’s march to victory.This is World War Two at a scale you've never played before. 

It's expected for an early access release in 2019 after a successful 2017 Kickstarter campaign, and appears to be very far along being developed as should be obvious in the grimy, muddy battle footage. 

The game is based on Unreal Engine 4 and keeps on looking impressive. The present trailer, seen below, features all-new footage, looking shockingly better than early footage.

From the look of the footage, this looks more Red Orchestra than Battlefield 5. Bullets are extremely deadly, explosives tear bodies to shreds and armored covered units feel safe until the minute an AP shell tears through them. 
Every one of the fifty-player teams has a commander, who can issue orders by means of a tactical map. Regardless of whether they will probably rely on the sort of crowd the game draws in, joined with whether there's any characteristic reward provided for following orders. As depicted, the maps sound substantial and complex as well, based on real aerial photos and satellite imagery.

The early access form doesn't yet have a solid launch date or expected price.You can discover it here on Steam.

Cover Image : Team17

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