Hell Let Loose Unleashes a Free Update

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Team17 Digital has revealed Devotion to Duty, the next free update for Hell Let Loose

The World War II first-person shooter from the publisher behind cosy titles like Dredge is getting a free update. The Devotion to Duty add on for Hell Let Loose will land on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox platforms free of charge, when it goes live on 18 July. The news comes with a trailer, teasing the content that will shift the front line in new directions. More than just a bunch of polishing touches, Devotion to Duty brings the 101st Airborne in from the air. The trailer shows this division dropping into battle before marching on the German defences at Brécourt Manor.

In game this results in a brand-new objective mode featuring a smaller map and 25v25 matches for control of Brécourt Manor. Players participating tin the new update will need to get down in the trenches, plant and defuse explosives, while co ordinating with a smaller group of allies in a 25v25 matchup. Brécourt Manor is a smaller confrontation than other maps, but that makes every loss or victory even more influential. So, don’t go getting picked off by a sniper.

For those that haven’t done basic yet, there’s still time to pick up this hardcore World War Two first person shooter. As you fight in the most iconic battles of the Western Front, there’s more at play than just your ability to run and gun across this battlefront. Across Carentan, Omaha Beach and more you’ll find massive 100 player encounters that leverage infantry, tanks, artillery, a dynamically shifting front line where resources are finite. Tactics are key, and you’ll need to find a great commander to lead the charge. If you’re looking to sign up, Hell Let Loose is out now. You can find out more over on the official website.

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