Hell Let Loose
Top Critic Average
Hell Let Loose is a fun and accessible introduction to milsims, but I miss the complexity.
Hell Let Loose is built for hardcore multiplayer shooter fans with a desire to move away from the casual and sometimes irrelevant teamwork that makes easier games well, easier. Hell Let Loose demands commitment, cooperation, and enough patience to learn the game through several hours of painful, frequent death and have a genuine willingness to contribute to a squad instead of being a lone hero. Meet these requirements and you’re in for a singular and memorable battlefield simulation.
Although Hell Let Loose can undoubtedly be improved in some aspects, the prerequisites for long-time fun are all there, as long as you're looking for a war simulator full of immersion, action, strategy and collaboration. Black Matter's WWII is harsh and unforgiving, but also stunning in its depiction of war.
Review in Italian | Read full review
While it won't appeal to every shooter fan out there, Hell Let Loose's complex interplay of FPS action and real-time tactical planning rewards communication, coordination, and genuine leadership in a way few other games even attempt.
Hell Let Loose could've been a great game, but because its maps are too big and its community is too upsetting, anyone looking to experience the hell of World War 2 should look elsewhere.
Realistic multiplayer war action with hardcore gameplay and very important teamplay. Not capable for lone wolf or weak soldiers.
Review in Slovak | Read full review
Hell Let Loose provides a very hardcore multiplayer experience that you really need to be a team player to have a chance at victory. The more time you invest in this title, the more you are provided with different ways to enjoy the ride.
Review in Persian | Read full review
Now, getting to the main question that you would probably ask: "Is Hell Let Loose worth the price?" Well, it depends. If you are a patient gamer against minor bugs and issues, and you love hardcore games, then you should get it. On the other hand, if you think you might not like the realism of the game or you don't have any squads, then you'd better wait for a free weekend opportunity or a discount on the price.
If players are looking for a quick fix of World War Two shooting action, then Hell Let Loose won't be for them. The pace, length, and harsh combat conditions dictate that players dedicate themselves to teamwork and victory. If players are willing to communicate over voice, work together to achieve local and broader objectives, and have the patience to play slowly, Hell Let Loose can be amazing. It may not happen every session, but a full game of Hell Let Loose with a dedicated, communicative teams is a must-experience gaming moment for any fans of tactical shooters.
ADD another playing condition for this game: COMMUNICATION. It's not essential to win (like most PVP games), but it makes the game 10 times more fun. HELL LET LOOSE puts you in the middle of WW2, headphone & mic make this experience even more immersive. It's not a 5v5 where a higher skilled player can carry the entire team, Rambo in this game will die. To live and win this 50v50 battle, follow orders and respect the line.