If you're an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S owner, you might have already come across the free-to-play World War 2 FPS Enlisted, but now it's also been made available for previous-gen consoles including Xbox One.
The game is a "squad-based first person MMO shooter" with hundreds of weapons, ground vehicles and aircraft types (along with 10+ distinctive squad classes), and the Xbox One version includes the Invasion of Normandy and Battle of Tunisia campaigns, while the Battle for Moscow will be added in the next update.
Here's what the co-founder of Gaijin Entertainment had to say about the release:
“As with any transition to a new generation of game consoles, the previous one maintains a huge user base for a few years. We were not sure that it was technically possible to release Enlisted on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, therefore we launched the game only on next-gen platforms where we achieved [email protected] performance. We’re glad that now even more gamers can try our game”.
Enlisted hasn't been cut down for Xbox One whatsoever, retaining all of same campaign content as next-gen consoles and PC, and progress and purchases will transfer from Xbox One to Xbox Series X|S moving forward as well. The only drawback is that it runs at 30fps on Xbox One, although it's said to be "stable" at that framerate.
You can start playing Enlisted right now by downloading it from the Microsoft Store on your Xbox One.
Enlisted is a squad-based first person MMO shooter covering key battles from World War II. 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.
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