Darkflow Software and Gaijin Entertainment have released the “High Caliber” Update for Enlisted, giving engineers in machine gunner squads the ability to deploy heavy machine guns and introducing a new Stalingrad Tractor Planet (STP) battle zone.
The high caliber machine guns can tear through the wings of aircraft, shred off the armor of light tanks and SPAAGs, and deal with waves of enemy infantry. All playable nations in Enlisted will get their hands on one of a small handful of .50 cal heavy machine guns. For example, the US army will use the legendary M2 Browning, while Soviet soldiers cause havoc with the DShK.
The Stalingrad Tractor Planet, a tractor-manufacturing enterprise that made tanks to support the war effort in World War II, has been recreated in-game from actual archives of photos and videos. Players will utilize a few workshops specialized for different purposes in STP, such as casting, production, and even assembly lines with unfinished T-34s up for grabs.
Around the perimeter of the tank plant awaits the unforgiving winter. Because of that, winter camouflage will be beneficial, so take advantage of winter clothing for your soldiers and slap on white paint over your tanks during customization.
The latest update debuts dozens of new and upgraded pieces like the Type Ko rifle or the MG 15 equipped with a “Saddle-Drum” double magazine capped at 75 rounds. Not to mention, there are new vehicles that include an M3 Stuart modification, swapping their hull machine gun for a deadly flamethrower to repel enemy infantry from the front.
You can read more about the update on the Enlisted website or check out the trailer below!
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