Does Hell Let Loose Have Crossplay Between PC and Consoles?
Hell Let Loose comes to next-gen this week!
Hell Let Loose is finally coming to consoles in just a few days, but will it offer crossplay support between PC and next-gen consoles?
With a large number of fans expected to pick up Hell Let Loose on PlayStation 5 due to the game being free for PS Plus subscribers, many will be eager to know if they can play with their friends on Xbox Series X|S and PC.
So, here’s everything you need to know about Hell Let Loose’s Crossplay support.
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What Is Hell Let Loose?
Hell Let Loose is a tactical FPS title that is available now for PC, and will be released for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on Tuesday, October 5th, 2021.
Set in World War II, Hell Let Loose is a hardcore war simulator with large scale maps, vehicles, and over 100 players battling it out on a dynamically shifting front line.
Players will find Hell Let Loose isn’t like your everyday FPS title, and requires much more of a strategic approach.
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Will Hell Let Loose Have Crossplay Between Console and PC?
If you’re interested in purchasing Hell Let Loose to play with your friends on a different platform, you’ll be pleased to know that the game does offer Crossplay support.
As of writing, Hell Let Loose allows players to simply turn Crossplay on and off in the main menu, meaning you will be matchmaked with players on other platforms.
How To Buy Hell Let Loose
As mentioned previously, Hell Let Loose is available right now for PC users and can be purchased via the official Steam Store Page.
Console users will have to wait until October 5th before they can jump in. Pre-orders are available on the official Microsoft Store Page, whilst PlayStation users will be able to purchase the game on the day of release via the official Store Page.
Remember though, if you’re a PS Plus subscriber Hell Let Loose will be completely free for the month of October and yours to keep with an active PS Plus subscription.