Multiplayer WWII shooter game RecruitedAdvertised in 2016 as a 100-player game that focuses on historical recreation rather than “sports-like competitions”, it is finally heading to unlock the beta. Publisher Gaijin Entertainment announced today that large-scale FPS will end its closed beta testing and open its doors to everyone on April 8th.
The open beta launch will see the Invasion of Normandy and Battle for Moscow campaigns currently available in an expanded closed beta test with new, more precisely designed weapons and vehicles such as the Browning M1918A2 machine gun and FG 42 II assault rifle, P-38J fighter, German Pz.IV tank H., Soviet mortar RM-50, and more. Other upcoming changes in the open beta include new campaign missions, improved soldier’s AI, changes to weapon and vehicle balancing, and adjustments to squad size in certain roles: Sniper teams, for example, will always be smaller than attack teams, reflecting their calmness. A more accurate approach to war.
The open beta will also start in Updated rewards and progression The system was announced last week, and it will rely on the Battle Pass offering specific rewards along the premium free and optional tracks. Battle Missions, which have no time limits, will provide another avenue for rewards: There will be a “few dozen” missions to complete when you start the open beta, and more will be added as it progresses. Gaijin said the changes will help ease the game away from the “random mechanics” of the current bounty system.
The only thing that will not be available after the start of the open beta is the Founder’s Packs, which offer exclusive teams from the US, Soviet, and German, plus access to the closed beta. It’s probably too late to get stuck in a lot now, but if you want one (or you’re just curious about what you missed), you’ll need to do this step fairly quickly.
To learn more about Enlisted – and when the time is right, run the open beta – go to http://www.android.com/ enlisted.net.