Black Matter is developing a new World War II shooter called Hell Let Loose, which is due to arrive on PC Early Access in early 2019.
Powered by Unreal Engine 4, Hell Let Loose takes the form of a first-person shooter featuring 50 vs 50 matches, where teams must coordinate to capture key points across huge maps. Realism seems to be of paramount importance here, with the press blurb saying that the game will offer a realistic arsenal and authentic weapon behaviour.
Battles will constantly evolve, and players must make careful tactical decisions in order to progress. Simply capping enemies isn't enough; you'll have to manage resources, reinforce strong points, and flank positions to gain the upper hand.
Players can hop into a variety of roles spanning infantry and armoured units, including an officer, scout, medic, engineer, machine gunner, and more.
Hell Let Loose has been in development since 2016 and arrives on the back of a successful Kickstarter campaign last year.
'Team17 have a long history of delivering robust and highly accomplished titles. Their philosophy of delivering a great final product whilst importantly allowing us to protect the unique identity of an FPS title like Hell Let Loose was a key factor in our partnership,' commented Black Matter's Maximilian Rea.
'A title this epic in scope posed a huge challenge for a small studio like us. Working with Team17 will allow us to focus on the development of the game while ensuring we deliver players the polished experience they expect.'