Gaijin Debuts Enlisted, a Massive Squad Based FPS with Destructible Landscapes
What's different between Enlisted and other competitive FPS? According to Gaijin, Enlisted is not just a FPS played in the WWII maps, but wants to actually put players onto the battlefield and experience what happen in the battle. "Battles involving equal teams in equal conditions are, of course, interesting as a competition. But they do not have the immersion or the thrill of real battle, where balanced forces and symmetrical objectives are unlikely," says the publisher.
The game is initially available with two campaigns and some game modes. Players can choose to purchase one or both campaigns, extra accessories and weapon packs, and early access which planned for the second half of 2017. The prices are:
- Exclusive collector’s weapons: $6.99 - 11.99 USD
- Weapon + campaign pack: $20 - 25 USD depending on the rifle you choose.
- "Armed to the teeth" bundle + early access pack: $50 USD
By reaching 250,000 Euros in sales, Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment will work on a campaign in Africa and new game modes.