In addition to our 2021 Major Game Awards, every member of the PC Gamer team has focused on the games they love this year. For the rest of this month, we will release the new employee draft and our main awards.
June 6, 1944. Sainte-Mère-Église in Normandy, France. I was lying next to a stream in the corner of the field far from the main target. I’m in a sniper force, with only me and an officer, I try to bypass the enemy’s defenses and mark their armor when the enemy moves into place. Unfortunately, it will not plan.
The tip of my helmet was covered with enough dirt to prevent an incoming rifle shot from penetrating my head, while my brother was still lying behind me trying to treat the wound. When the bullet flies overhead, we are lowering it, just hoping that all of our body parts are far enough away from sight. The fire stopped after a few minutes, and the enemy somewhere in the hedge about 400 feet away saw us as dead or long gone. At this moment, a comrade-in-arms rushed through the bushes and brazenly crossed our position. We tried to tell him to lower his head or he would become truly personal about the commercial purpose of the rifle, but he ignored our warnings. He jumped over the mound separating the two warring factions and was shot immediately.
Once again, we are just two opinionated boys, although it won’t be long. The firefight drew the attention of others, and we immediately heard a low hum from a distance-the clinking of metal gears filled the air. We dare not look up over the thin layer of soil that protects us. This may be the best, because a tank rolled past our position, almost pressing us between the worn, creaky tracks. In the end, it bypassed the hedge, and despite the terrible mechanical whistling of the tank’s turret, any relief we felt quickly disappeared until I stared into the abyss of its main turret barrel.
After a while we got up and rushed down the stream, hail from machine guns and rifles tore through the beautiful French countryside on both sides of us. An explosion of the tank’s main turret almost completely destroyed our chances, but somehow we reached the other side of the stream. Then we rushed to a lonely barn desperately. From there, we regrouped, and at the same time, we were very afraid to climb over the windows, in case the snipers thought this cat and mouse game was enough. My ammunition is almost running out, we can’t bandage it anymore. At this point, we are laughing at how we have danced with death for so long, but have not been sent to the Pearl Gate first-class.
At that moment, a bullet penetrated the helmet of our officer, and I was alone. Before I could see where the bullet came from, a rain of fire began to fall near my location, and the whole world was trembling. I peeked through the window, puzzled, and found that Alpha Company had rushed into the enemy and occupied the offensive position of the enemy who almost made me six feet below. The battlefield has enveloped the creek and neighboring fields, and it quickly turned into a blood bath—there are soldiers calling for medical personnel, abusive screams, and rushing into the battlefield amidst the roars of people around, they may die. . The once peaceful French countryside became the welding point of the deadly war machine of two powerful nations in just a few minutes.
This is Hell Let Loose: Realistic WW2 multiplayer shooting game, which is cruel, tactical, intense and extremely interesting at the same time. You will take the time to accept the growling orders of the frustrated commander, engage in deadly firefights in the narrow streets, and do your best to avoid being shot by a lucky squad from across the battlefield.
The game is based on some of the key battles in WW2 history, such as Carentan, Foy, Omaha Beach and the most recent Battle of Stalingrad. Each map has a series of targets you must control, either as an offensive target, which means you want to drive the enemy out of your garrison and position; or in a total war, this is an epic tug-of-war game of regional dominance.
To make any progress, I mean for any progress, you need a team that can work together. This starts with soldiers on the ground, who play the roles of riflemen, assaultmen, anti-tank fighters, engineers, machine gunners, supporters or snipers. Then there is the officer, one for each squad. He can set up a small outpost for his teammates, or with the help of the support squad, a garrison for the whole team. At the top of the chain, the commander transmits information, goals, and objectives to the officer through a direct line. Everyone must play their part in order to achieve a successful offense or defense.
Some players will play their part very well.
Some people take Hell Let Loose seriously—you can, because it is a fairly realistic shooting game mechanically—though many players just like to simplify their roles. When these people are charging at the enemy, you will find them screaming exciting words, or just screaming. Medical staff eager to bring their teammates back from the brink of death, when they come to get you back into the battle, they will untie the bandages and have inspiring conversations. The admirer of Eisenhower in the voice chat, and the nervous British office, hoping to win a medal at all costs.
Don’t lie, those “words of encouragement” helped to grasp the point, we won haha ##fyp ##motivation ##hellletloose ##hll ##funny
In the end, Hell Let Loose is a WW2 shooting game, which is different from most games I have played. Compared to masterpieces like Battlefield V and Call of Duty: WWII, it is a more traditional shooting game, although it reveals the basic idea of experiencing a famous WW2 battle with commendable simplicity. There are not many menus, and you have to rely on communication and teamwork to win. Among these mechanisms, there is a game that is more like a tactical and bloody reenactment than a free WW2 fantasy shooter, and it will get better with each update.