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Open Beta phase for Enlisted begins on April 8th

Gaijin Entertainment has announced that the military online shooter Enlisted is going to Open Beta on April 8th, 2021. On that day, players will experience a completely new meta game system, as well as new missions, vehicles, and weapons.

In Enlisted players control infantry squads, tank crews, or aircraft pilots that combine to re-enact massive famous WWII battles. In the CBT, two huge campaigns (Battle for Moscow and Invasion of Normandy) were introduced. The Open Beta version will bring more historically accurate war machines, i.e. US P-38J fighter, Soviet RM-50 mortar, German Pz.Kpfw. IV Ausf. H. tank and others. Additionally, Enlisted will receive a constant flow of updates, new content, and new campaigns.

As the press release reads, the CBT brought hundreds of implement changes in the game based on player feedback and data. Improvements included enhanced soldier AI, upgraded weapon and vehicle balance, adjusting the maximum number of soldiers in various class squads.

The Open Beta launch will include a significantly improved progression system. Moreover, the influence of random mechanics will be decreased, and players will get more control over the leveling up process. Furthermore, the Open Beta will reward completing battle tasks to move forward through the Battle Pass levels with unique weapons and high-level soldiers, as well as vehicle skins, experience boosters, in-game currency, and more.

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