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PS4 Users Can Grab A Free WWII Shooter Right Now, No Subscription Needed

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PS4 Users Can Grab A Free WWII Shooter Right Now, No Subscription Needed

It's no secret that PlayStation 4 users with a PlayStation Plus subscription are feeling a little left out this month. October's free game for PlayStation 5 subscribers is none other than the popular World War II shooter Hell Let Loose, which has built up a solid following on PC since launching there a few years ago.

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This is, unfortunately, not available for PlayStation 4 subscribers. They've had to settle for the admittedly underwhelming pairing of Mortal Kombat X and PGA Tour 2K21 instead. The good news is that as of right now, PS4 users can get themselves a WWII shooter for the low price of nothing. It's just... not the one they were expecting.

Check it out in action below!

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Enlisted is a "squad-based first person MMO shooter covering key battles from World War II". Developed by Darkflow Software, the game strives for historically accuracy and attention to detail in all things.

"The game carefully recreates weapons, military vehicles and the atmosphere of that era, while demonstrating really massive clashes of numerous soldiers, tanks and aircraft with artillery and naval support," reads the PlayStation Store description.

Enlisted has been available on PlayStation 5 for a few months now, but today marks the first time PlayStation 4 owners can get their hands on it. All you have to do is head to the PlayStation Store and get downloading.

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Players can currently fight through the "Battle for Moscow" campaign, which "recreates the heavy clashes between German and Soviet troops in the outskirts of the Russian capital during the winter of 1941-1942".

The next campaign to arrive will be the "Normandy Invasion", which covers D-Day and subsequent battles. Darkflow notes that here are alreadu more campaigns in development, including the "Battle for Berlin" and a few others. If you like what you see, dive in and check it out.

Featured Image Credit: Sony/Darkflow

Topics: PlayStation

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