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Hell Let Loose Review
Hell Let Loose is a realistic team shooter in the setting of World War II, featuring brutal multiplayer battles involving up to 100 people.
- Large multiplayer battles
- Fourteen unique roles
- Team-based gameplay
- Fortification construction system
Hell Let Loose Gameplay
The main feature of Hell Let Loose is to involve players into stunning real-time battles on the fields of World War II. Vehicles, weapons and uniforms are reconstructed with the smallest details, and actions are brutal and bloody. The battles take place on large-scale maps recreating real locations based on archival aerial photographs and satellite images. The game also has a realistic combat system: physics of weapons, the reaction of characters to injuries, and cooperation between teammates of different classes fully immerses players into gameplay. Medics can revive wounded heroes, but if a tank or an artillery fire hit your character, there is no way to survive.
Battlefields in Hell let Loose are designed based on real Western Front locations. Impressive size game locations will take the player to such legendary places of historical battles as Normandy, Utah Beach, Hurtgen Forest and many others. Multiplayer battles involve up to fifty players from each side. The main goal of the game is to capture more points than the opponent's team during the match, which are extremely long sometimes. The capture of a sector occurs when you have more troops in area than the enemy.
The first mode map is divided into five equal sectors. Each sector has a "target", i.e. a point you need to capture to capture a sector. The point in each game is selected randomly from the pre-selected options. Initially, each team has two sectors, and the central one is neutral. To win, you need to either capture all sectors or have more zones under control than your opponent, when the match timer, started for an hour and a half, will reach zero. The points are captured in a standard way: the more soldiers you have, the faster you win. This mode is the most popular because of the balance because the parties initially in absolutely identical conditions.
In the second mode, one team has only one sector at the beginning, as well as only 30 minutes to capture an enemy, but for capturing each sector, the timer will be prolonged. The essence of this game mode is that one team should take all the zones, and the second should prevent them. This game mode is unique because the attacking team that has more motivation to attack quickly, which makes the battle more dynamic; it also has a strong negative side because it's strictly time-limited.
In Hell let Loose you can try one of the available roles: Commander, Officer, Infantryman, Rifleman, Assault Engineer, Crew / Tank Commander, Machine Gunner, Support, Medic, Anti-tanker, Engineer, sniper, corrector. The gameplay, appearance, weapons and special equipment of each role are significantly different from all others. For example, an engineer can build fortifications, a medic can resuscitate wounded comrades, and a tank driver can control a large combat vehicle. Such a variety of roles will allow the player to feel all the horrors of war and look at the combat from different angles.
Hell Let Loose does not require you to kill and avoid deaths, and the game does not force you to complete casual challenges to receive new items. The main feature of the game is teamwork, and you can't win without interaction. Players achieve strategic goals on the battlefield and strive to surpass the enemy under the guidance of officers and Commander. In Hell Let Loose, teamwork and well-established communication are necessary not only for victory but just for survival.
Hell Let Loose Classes
Commander — a player who coordinates the actions of all members of the squad. Among Commander's abilities is the ability to mark the map to pass information to all friendly players, as well as the ability to build using different resources. Players of this role must be in constant contact with all teammates and provide them with all useful information as much as possible.
- Officer — one of the essential roles in the squad. One of the Officer's features is creating spawn-points for the team and building garrisons.
- Rifleman — a class whose main feature is the ability to install the Ammo Box to supply the team members with ammunition.
- Anti-Tank — a class of characters armed with anti-tank weapons; their primary goal is to destroy the enemy vehicles. These heroes are equipped with standard rifles, anti-tank weapons, grenades and other tools for a successful battle.
- Machine Gunner — the primary role of this class is to prevent the enemy from attacking key positions by firing the attacking enemies from high points. This class is used in combat to suppress the enemy and help the teammates to occupy new spots.
- Assault — a class of players who are the first to enter buildings and locations, examine them and provide security for the rest of the squad. The task of Assault is to clear the point from the enemy and help the other members of the team to perform their roles without interruption.
- Medic — the support class, whose main task is to support wounded characters and provide timely treatment of the team members. In general, Medic can not take part in open combat, because the characters of this class are very easy to wound and kill.
- Engineer — the primary role of this class is to keep the points captured by the squad. Engineers can install antipersonnel and anti-tank mines. In addition, they can place nodes and defences.
- Support — a class of characters that provide other members of the squad with all the necessary consumables, ammunition, and deploys the Supply Crates.
- Automatic Rifleman — a powerful and mobile class, whose role is to eliminate enemies and suppress the attack quickly. Automatic Riflemen carry the main combat power to give the rest of the squad members the ability to perform their roles.
- Spotter - a class that specializes in the observation of enemies. The primary responsibility of spotters is to transmit all information to the Snipers and correct the actions of the squad by monitoring the movements of enemies.
- Sniper — a class of characters that can not be used in the squad without Spotter. These players use long-ranged weapons and destroy enemies from afar, based on information received from Spotter.
- Tank Commander — a class that specializes in the management of tanks and cooperation between two crewmen helping to drive the vehicle.
- Crewman — a class that manages the tank and coordinated with the Tank Commander. Crewman can control the movement of a vehicle or control weapons mounted on a tank.
Hell Let Loose System Requirements
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: GTX1050ti / R9 280 (or equivalent with minimum 2GB VRAM)
- CPU: i3-4130 @ 3.3GHz / AMD FX-8350 @ 4.0GHz (or equivalent)
- File Size: 20 GB
- OS: Win7 64bit
- Memory: 16 GB RAM
- Graphics Card: Nvidia GTX 1070 or AMD RX Vega 56
- CPU: i5-7600 @ 3.5GHz or Ryzen 5 1600 @ 3.2GHz
- File Size: 20 GB
- OS: Win7 64bit