During the Future Games Show, Black Matter appeared to give an update on WW2 first-person shooter Hell Let Loose. It’s been announced that Hell Let Loose will leave early access and hit its full launch this July. What’s more, Black Matter also shared the news that they plan to bring Hell Let Loose to next-gen consoles by the end of the year.
Hell Let Loose has already been available for sometime now as an Early Access title on Steam. Finally, the developers at Black Matter are ready to give the game its official launch. This was announced during the Future Games Show at E3 2021 with a new trailer. In the video, the developers give an update on the game and talk about how it’s been coming along.
Maximilian Rea, the founder of Black Matter talks about the status of Hell Let Loose and the decision to bring it out of early access. Hell Let Loose will launch on July 27. The game’s 1.0 release will feature new content in the form of the Soviet Forces as well as some new battles. While it’s significant that the game is soon exiting early access, Black Matter also made the big announcement that it plans to bring Hell Let Loose to next-gen consoles by the end of the year.
Hell Let Loose will exit early access and get a full launch on July 27. The World War 2 first-person shooter will arrive by the end of 2021 on Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. If you missed any of the announcements out of E3 2021, you can do some catching up with us here on Shacknews.