Hell Let Loose Confirmed for PS Plus, Will it be on Xbox or Game Pass?

By Sam Woods

October 1, 2021

A couple of days back, on September 29, Sony revealed the lineup of free games for PS Plus subscribers for the month of October.

That lineup included a fighting classic in Mortal Kombat X, a slightly less violent golfing title in PGA Tour 2K21 and finally, a title that’s been out on PC for a little while now, Hell Let Loose.

However, as the game has been confirmed as a free PS Plus title, players are wondering if Hell Let Loose will be coming to Xbox and if so, when? Let’s take a look.

Hell Let Loose I Console Launch Date Reveal Trailer

Hell Let Loose I Console Launch Date Reveal Trailer

What Is Hell Let Loose?

Hell Let Loose is a large scale multiplayer FPS that sees two teams of 50 players go head to head in battle.

There are a handful of game modes, a range of different maps and a few different teams, including Germans, Americans and Soviets. The game is set in World War 2.

It was released in early access on PC back in June 2019, before it received a full release earlier this year. But is Hell Let Loose getting an Xbox release?

Will Hell Let Loose Be Getting An Xbox Release?

Thankfully for Xbox players, it’s been confirmed that the game will be launching on the Series S and X at the same that it releases on the PS5.

It’s just a few days away now, releasing on Monday, October 5.

Will it Be Releasing On Xbox Game Pass?

Sadly, while Hell Let Loose is on PS Plus, it won’t be launching on Xbox Game Pass.

The game will be available for £34.99/$39.99, however, players can also get a 10-hour free trial beforehand through the Xbox store. It’s worth giving that a shot if you’re unsure about the game.

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Sam is the Managing Editor at DualShockers. He's been playing video games for as long as he can remember and you can regularly find him on his Nintendo Switch. When he's not playing games, he'll no doubt be suffering watching his beloved Ipswich Town.

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