Team17 and Black Matter have announced a brand new update to Early Access World War II first-person shooter, Hell Let Loose. The update, Battle of Carentan – the biggest so far for the 50 vs 50 shooter – further ratchets up the scale and intensity with an overhauled animation system and improved audio to bring further refinement to the experience.
The update also includes the new map of Carentan, a city of strategic significance in the days following the Normandy landings on D-Day, that delivers brutal house-to-house, street-to-street fighting in the largest urban environment in the game to date
The update, the seventh major update since the game launched into Steam Early Access in June 2019, is the most significant to date and a key milestone for Hell Let Loose as it continues towards full launch. The animation overhaul fundamentally changes how the game plays and operates, pushing realism even further.
The new urban Carentan map is available to play in either Offensive mode, which sees the defending side hold all of the sectors on the map against an opposition attempting to capture them all, or Warfare mode, where both sides aim to control a majority of sectors within the allotted time.
Hell Let Loose key features:
- The brutality of war: Hell Let Loose’s unique scale and intensity are pushed even further with the implementation of a new animation system and greater audio fidelity
- New map: The town of Carentan has been recreated to scale using real maps and reconnaissance images from the time to introduce a new urban style of warfare into Hell Let Loose, with tight streets and house-to-house fighting, in a departure to other maps
- Large scale combat: Epic battles with 50 vs 50 gameplay, broken down into agile units of five.
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