Hell Let Loose has had plenty of hype surrounding it ahead of the game's console release on October 5, and now it's actually available to play for free for 10 hours on Xbox Series X|S, including access to the full game and all its features.

Hell Let Loose is a hardcore World War Two first person shooter with epic battles of 100 players with infantry, tanks, artillery, a dynamically shifting front line and a unique resource based RTS-inspired meta-game. You can take to the battlefield in 50 vs 50 multiplayer across huge maps, and play and master up to 14 unique roles.

How To Find The Hell Let Loose Free Trial On Xbox Series X|S

  • Go to the Microsoft Store on Xbox
  • Search for Hell Let Loose
  • Look for the 'Free Trial' button on the page
  • Hit the button, and the game should start downloading

If you've heard of it in the past, that's probably because the game first released for PC in early access back in 2019, with a full release in July of 2021. It currently holds a 'Very Positive' rating on the Steam platform.

If you like what you play, you can carry over your progress from the 10-hour free trial to the paid version, and it's available to pre-order now on the Microsoft Store for £34.99 / $39.99 with a pre-order bonus of an Iron Vanguard Pack.

"Fight in the most iconic battles of the Western Front, including Carentan, Omaha Beach and Foy and more. This is combat at a whole new scale.... with lumbering tanks dominating the battlefield, crucial supply chains fuelling the frontlines, you are a cog in the machine of colossal, combined arms warfare.

Hell Let Loose puts you in the chaos of war, complete with deep player-controlled vehicles, a dynamically evolving front line, and crucial unit-focused gameplay that commands the tide of battle."

Will you be trying the free trial of Hell Let Loose on Xbox? Let us know down in the comments below.

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