WWII Online FPS Enlisted, developed by DarkFlow Software and published by Gaijin Entertainment, will be released for PS5 in paid closed beta on March 2. The game’s closed beta first launched for PC via Gaijin.net and Xbox Series X|S in November 2020.
A squad-based MMO shooter that reconstructs World War II battles, Enlisted features infantry, ground vehicles and aircraft engaging in combat on the same WWII-themed maps. In the game, players take control of either a squad of four to seven soldiers of various classes, a tank crew or an aircraft pilot. They can give commands to AI soldiers in the squad while they control one of the soldiers directly.
The game has been described by DarkFlow as a “first person shooter decided by the fans, for the fans” who “will have direct input into what we create, including things like campaigns, game modes, even which platforms after PC we will support.”
DarkFlow Software, a game studio founded by game industry veterans, is located in Riga, Latvia, while Gaijin, located in Moscow, is known for War Thunder, Crossout, Star Conflict, Cuisine Royale and Enlisted. Earlier this year, after a War Thunder logo appeared in a video by Russian YouTuber High Caliber Mayhem, allegations arose that Gaijin was indirectly financing pro-Russian separatists in the War in Donbass.
In a statement, Gaijin said, “We do not provide political support to anyone anywhere. We know nothing about politics and prefer to stay out of it. We pay advertisement agencies in order to get advertisements in bulk and all over the world. We do not have the capacity to check each individual video our ads might be shown next to.”
On the Enlisted website, DarkFlow announced, “Obtain one of the Founder’s Pack in the Gaijin Store or Xbox Series X|S Game Preview and immediately get access to the closed Beta of the game and assets from the purchased pack.”
The Battle for Moscow campaign will be available first, followed by the Normandy Invasion and Battle for Berlin. Enlisted will be available as a free-to-play title after the closed beta period, which will run through the spring.
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Mark Lugris is a Contributing Writer at TheGamer. After graduating from the University of Connecticut, he’s worked as a lifestyle and technology writer and editor for the past twenty years in Boston, Madrid and Zurich. Now, he’s chosen the less stressful life of freelance writing at home with his dog, where he can focus on his pop culture passions like film, television, games and sports.
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