Gaijin Entertainment and Darkflow Software have announced that they will release the World War II online shooter Enlisted on Xbox Series X and S. It will be released as a temporary console exclusive on November 10, the same day Microsoft’s systems go on sale.
Enlisted is coming to Xbox Series X and S as a preview. To access it, you will need to purchase the Founder’s Pack. When a full-fledged shooter is released, it will switch to a shareware model.
The shooter is powered by a new version of the Dagor engine, which is used in War Thunder and Cuisine Royale. On the Xbox Series X and S, the project will feature proprietary Ray Traced Global Illumination ray tracing technology. It calculates the natural light of the game world and dynamically reacts to explosions and destruction of objects. In addition, the developers said that Enlisted will work in 4K resolution on Xbox Series X, and in 1440p on Xbox Series S. The performance of both versions will be the same – “Stable” 60 frames per second.
The PC version of Enlisted is due out on Steam Early Access this year. However, Gaijin Entertainment and Darkflow Software did not mention whether the release will take place alongside the Xbox Series X and S version.
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