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How to play Hell Let Loose for free on Xbox Series X|S

Here’s how you can play Hell Let Loose for free ahead of it’s October 5 release on Xbox Series X and S consoles.

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Hell Let Loose on Xbox Series X|S

Hell Let Loose, the uber-realistic WW2 shooter, is arriving on next-gen consoles on October 5. Ahead of its release, Xbox Series X|S players can play a free 10-hour trial, so here’s how to play Hell Let Loose early.

Hell Let Loose is a tactical and realistic WW2 shooter featuring recreations of some of the most pivotal battles of the Second World War. The 50v50 action was only available on PC but will be coming to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S on October 5.

PlayStation players have been offered a couple of rounds of Beta testing, but Xbox players are yet to experience the large-scale warfare that Hell Let Loose offers. However, ahead of the game’s October 5 launch, Xbox Series X and Series S players can get access to a 10-hour free trial.

How to play Hell Let Loose early for free on Xbox Series X|S

Hell Let Loose developers Black Matter announced on September 30 that Xbox Series X|S players have immediate access to a 10-hour free trial.

They confirmed that this trial includes the full game and all progress will carry over. So, whatever you unlock or level up in the trial will remain if you decide to get the game at release.

Here’s how to play Hell Let Loose early on Xbox Series consoles:

  1. Head to either the Microsoft Online store or the Store on your Xbox Series Console
  2. Search for Hell Let Loose
  3. Select the ‘Free Trial’ option
  4. Download and play the free trial!
Hell Let Loose gameplay

Make sure you’re making the most of your 10-hour trial though, you don’t want to leave the game idle and let the clock run out. Once the timer runs out, you’ll need to wait until October 5 to purchase the game.

Also, PlayStation Plus subscribers will be able to get Hell Let Loose as part of October’s lineup. So, even though there’s no early access, they won’t have to pay extra once it releases.


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Image Credit: Black Matter / Team 17