The little review on the game Enlisted

The little review on the game Enlisted by Brouce

Brouce's take on the Enlisted game. You can install the game for free: Enlisted free download

 

The release of the new battlefield is fast approaching. Future disappointment where new banger, the new opus of DICE reveals itself little by little, begins to reveal itself very slowly to probably be able to reveal the trailer of the game during the E3 which will be held very soon. In the meantime… Well, we have more to eat. I had spoken to you about Foxhole a few weeks before, but I confess that I needed good shots of adrenaline and that I really wanted to chain the kills without racking my brains. And like a miracle, I found THE game. And the best part is that it's free.

You're watching episode 15 of La P'tite Critique, and today we're talking about Enlisted.

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Game Information Enlisted

Published by Genjin, the publisher of War Thunder and Crossout among others, Enlisted is a first-person war MMO, released on PC but also on PS5 and Xbox Series X. The game then takes place during the Second World War with several famous campaigns of this period, including the Battles of Moscow and the Invasion of Normandy. Russians, Americans, Germans, the factions are currently three in number and each of the factions has their own weapons, battalions and soldiers, making each of the players unique and allowing fairly extensive customization of their last, ranging from the choice of assets from each soldier to the composition of weapons, grenades and unit roles.

Enjoyable gameplay

With Enlisted, it is very easy to dive back into this messy and intense atmosphere, lost in the middle of explosions, artillery strikes, planes and grenades, all accentuated by pleasant graphics and shivering sound effects. All this is combined with very well thought out maps, with the beaches of Normandy for example where you fight to defend bunkers and machine gun positions on the German side, and cross the hell of the landing beaches on the American side. If the atmosphere of the game is Battefieldesque, Enlisted can also count on a fairly realistic gameplay, forgetting the hitmarkers of traditional war games, to bring to light the power of firearms such as snipers or bolt-action rifles. Because yes, if the legs of the enemies do not guarantee an immediate kill, the upper part of the body is on the other hand deadly, making each of the balls of Kar or of Springfield satisfactory to put.

Cooperation in the midst of battle.

Even if Enlisted is intended to be a nervous and adrenaline-filled game, it is also intended to be cooperative, with the possibility of carrying out artillery and mortar strikes via pings on the map, the creation of anti-aircraft and anti-tank defenses thanks to the engineer soldier, while guaranteeing perfect assault efficiency, in particular thanks to the presence of flamethrowers, grenade launchers, snipers, machine guns and so on, allowing the player to compose the units as he sees fit by unlocking the necessary points in each of the talent trees, then to deploy on the ground with these same units. As you will have understood, Enlisted is a very complete game, and we could make an hour and a half video to show and develop each element of the game that makes it rather unique. But to do that would be to hide one of the game's biggest problems, and I'll give it to you in three words. PAY. TO. FAST.

A free game but Pay To Fast?

Genjin, the game's publisher, is a specialist in the genre, thanks in particular to War Thunder and Crossout, two big free games also requiring a fairly thorough grind to obtain better vehicles, Enlisted is thought of in the same angle, asking the player a grind massive enough to unlock, faction by faction, the skills and gear to get to the front lines. And inevitably, this grind can be facilitated thanks to a premium pass and virtual currency, allowing you to increase the xp of your squads, your campaign level and access to the purchase of weapons and units. specials. To top it off, if the first two campaigns of the game are free, this is not the case for all, offering a just excessive price for the next Berlin campaign, at 50th at the very least, which will then become free in a few month. The Pay To Fast aspect of the game leaves me skeptical, of course, the game is free and many weapons are unlockable for free, but requires a fairly violent grind and even if we chain the games quite easily, we quickly understand that the game wants to encourage us to buy for a more pleasant game comfort and a quick unlocking of items. As always, I would not decide on this point but if you want to discuss it, the comment space is open to you.

Conclusion on Enlisted.

Fortunately, the Pay To Fast side does not greatly affect Enlisted, the game having strong enough qualities to override and enjoy bluffing battles, it's a safe bet that, once out of its beta, the game will settle for several years on our home consoles and PCs like War Thunder and Crossout. To conclude, I would say that Enlisted is the perfect game to kill time and satisfy your adrenaline cravings, especially while waiting for the next Battlefield which I am sure will send us back to beautiful theaters of war.

 

Bonus information:

  • The Berlin campaign will be free, the 50 euros is access to the closed beta of the campaign plus 2 unique squads.

Required configuration :

MINIMUM:

  • Operating System: Windows 7/8/10 64 bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 or better
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • DirectX 11 or better supported video card: Nvidia GeForce 660 or better, AMD Radeon 78XX series or better
  • Game size: 12 GB

RECOMMENDED:

  • Operating System: Windows 7/8/10 64 bit
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 or better
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • DirectX 11 or better supported video card: Nvidia GeForce 1060 or better, AMD Radeon series RX480 or better
  • Game size: 12 GB

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