Gaijin Entertainment and Darkflow Software announced that the military online shooter Enlisted just got a new major Content Update “At the Reichstag Walls” that features new maps, weapons and vehicles for all campaigns. The “Battle of Berlin” campaign closed beta testing has moved into the second stage, where the progression system is unlocked for CBT participants and anyone can try the entry level squads.
Each of the new maps bring something special to the game experience. In the Normandy campaign, players have an airfield to protect or capture. The aircraft at the base are fuelled and ready for action, so brave soldiers can use them for the additional support. The Battle of Moscow expands to a huge Soviet forestry complex that includes a tree cutting operation and river raft assembly, complete with industrial buildings and a rail station. The Berlin campaign now features the battle for the Wilhelmstrasse, one of Berlin’s most famous streets, and one of the routes the Red Army took to attack the Reich Chancellery. The street is well fortified, so infantry will have to use the narrow side lanes and buildings to advance, and bayonets will prove to be quite effective here.
All campaigns get new progression levels, that bring dozens of new squads, weapons and vehicles, including the PTRS 41 anti-tank rifle, the M1A1 Thompson submachine gun, M24 Chaffee light tank, Republic P-47D-28 Thunderbolt and the Fw 190 A-8 fighter planes. All were used in the corresponding periods of World War II.
The Closed Beta Test of the Battle of Berlin has moved into the second stage, where the progression system is being polished. Therefore, Berlin CBT participants are now earning campaign experience and can start unlocking campaign levels, improve squads, choose weapons and equipment, and recruit new soldiers. The progression starts from level 1 and will not be wiped after the CBT ends. Full access to the Berlin CBT is available to the relevant early access pack owners, but now anyone can try Berlin battles using basic level 1 squads.
Two other campaigns, which are the Battle of Moscow and the Invasion of Normandy, are fully available to everyone for free.