Hell Let Loose Could Come To PlayStation Plus In October

Hell Let Loose may be a part of PlayStation Plus upon release, store page suggests!

Hell Let Loose is an upcoming FPS game from Team17 for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. It was initially released for PC in June 2019 and was recently announced for next-generation consoles during E3 2021 in June. The game is set in the World War II era and 100-player multiplayer combat.

Right now, the game can only be pre-ordered on the Xbox Series X|S. However, the closed beta for the game is only available for the PlayStation 5, which is unusual. Recently, Bluebelt2023 posted a tweet, in which they came across the store page for Hell Let Loose on the PlayStation Store.

According to the picture posted by Bluebelt2023, it seems like the game may be coming to PlayStation Plus upon release. Since there’s no pre-order page for Hell Let Loose on the PlayStation Store but there is one on the Microsoft Store, we can assume that the game could be released on PlayStation Plus in October 2021 (the same time as the game’s release).

In addition to this, the closed beta for the game is only available to PlayStation 5 players, which further suggests that Team17 may have something planned for PlayStation 5 players. The game also requires players to have. a PlayStation Plus membership to play online, which further indicates a PlayStation Plus release.

As of now, the store page for the game can’t be seen on the PlayStation Store website. However, if this information is correct, PlayStation Plus members may be really pleased to know that they can play Hell Let Loose upon release for free.

Of course, there hasn’t been confirmation from Team17, so do take this news with a grain of salt. Hell Let Loose is expected to release on 5th October 2021 for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S.

What do you think about this? Do tell us your opinions in the comments below!

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Huzaifa Khan


From writing short stories in my room to finding my true enthusiasm in gaming and computer hardware journalism, I play video games and write about them.
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