Hell Let Loose, the indie WW2 shooter which you may remember from its impressive Kickstarter campaign in 2017, will be available next year.
Hell Let Loose developer Black Matter today announced a partnership with publisher Team17. The company will help bring the game to Steam Early Access sometime in 2019.
Though details about what players can expect at launch are slim at the moment, Black Matter said it’ll reveal a developer roadmap closer to the early access launch.
Hell Let Loose has been in development since 2016. The game offers combined arms gameplay in WW2, with realistic weapons, vehicle mechanics, ballistics and an authentic feel. Multiplayer battles support up to 50v50 players, with players fighting over key resources which in turn contribute to a larger meta game.
The game is built on Unreal Engine 4 and continues to look impressive. Today’s trailer, seen below, features all-new footage, looking even better than early footage.
The early access version doesn’t yet have a solid launch date or expected price, but you can wishlist it on Steam until then.