Look alive, soldiers, as next-gen military FPS MMO, Enlisted, has received its latest major content update. Enlisted is a relatively new recruit to the MMO scene, but it has certainly struck the right chord with fans of the military FPS genre. Now, there’s plenty more for players to sink their teeth into as the At the Reichstag Walls update drops new maps, weapons and vehicles into all Enlisted campaigns.
In its current state, players can get stuck into three Enlisted campaigns: Battle of Moscow, Invasion of Normandy (which are fully-released) and the Battle of Berlin (currently in Closed Beta Testing). The At the Reichstag Walls update introduces new maps to all three campaigns, replete with exciting new toys to play with.
A new airfield has materialised in Normandy, ready for players to protect or capture. The most exciting part, however, is the inclusion of fully-fuelled aircraft just begging plucky soldiers to take the yoke and wreak some airborne havoc.
Meanwhile, a sprawling new forestry complex has been unveiled in the Battle of Moscow. A tree cutting operation complete with river raft assembly nestled in a large forest introduces industrial buildings and a rail station. Whilst the forest itself allows for sneaky wide-flanking maneuvers for the tactically-minded.As for the Berlin campaign, the battle for the Wilhelmstrasse, one of Berlin's most famous streets, reveals a new, well-fortified battlefield for players to tackle. The Wilhelmstrasse was one of the routes the Red Army took to attack the Reich Chancellery. Which, we’d wager, is where this particular update got its name from.
Aside from the new maps, all Enlisted campaigns will receive new progression levels, bringing dozens of new squads, weapons and vehicles. These include the PTRS 41 anti-tank rifle, the M1A1 Thompson submachine gun, M24 Chaffee light tank, Republic P-47D-28 Thunderbolt, and the Fw 190 A-8 fighter planes. And as history buffs are no doubt already aware, each of these were used in their corresponding periods in WW2.
Finally, the new content arrives just as the Battle of Berlin moves into its second stage of closed beta testing. CBT participants will now earn campaign experience and can start unlocking campaign levels, improve squads, choose weapons and equipment, and recruit new soldiers. Full access to the Berlin CBT is available to the relevant early access pack owners, but anyone can try Berlin battles using basic level one squads.
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