Updated version of Enlisted prepares for Steam debut
01/24/2024 - Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment announce the upcoming release of Enlisted: Reinforced on Steam. This version of the World War II shooter, which is already available for PC, PlayStation and Xbox, is scheduled for release in Q1 2024 and includes enhanced content and improvements over the original game.
Enlisted: Reinforced, an updated and improved version of the online shooter Enlisted, will soon be released on Steam, developer Darkflow Software and publisher Gaijin Entertainment announced today. This version includes enhanced content and improvements and aims to provide a comprehensive picture of the major players and battles of World War II.
The game, currently available for PC via Gaijin.Net and for PlayStation and Xbox, will be released on Steam in the first quarter of 2024. Interested players can already add the title to their wish list on Steam so as not to miss the release.
Enlisted: Reinforced includes all maps, units, weapons, ground vehicles, aircraft and gameplay features added to Enlisted so far. Players can take on the role of soldiers from the major powers USA, Great Britain, Australia, USSR, Germany, Italy and Japan and take part in important battles and theaters of war such as the Pacific, Normandy, Berlin, Stalingrad, Moscow, Ardennes and Tunisia. The weapons and vehicles in the game are realistically recreated and divided into four tech trees.
Another feature of Enlisted: Reinforced is the improved matchmaking system, which aims to match opponents with similar strength arsenals to ensure a balanced gaming experience.
In addition, Enlisted: Reinforced will also be available as an update on all other platforms where the original game is available. Players who play Enlisted via the Gaijin.Net service will have the option to transfer their game progress to the Steam version within one month of release.
Anton Yudintsev, founder of Gaijin Entertainment, commented on this development: "We hope that players who prefer Steam will take the opportunity to opt for this version. Those for whom it is more important that the revenue reaches the developers in full can continue to use the Gaijin.Net service."
Source: Press release