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Hell Let Loose PS5 open beta: Start date, how to, more

Hell Let Loose is coming to consoles and if you haven't decided on handing over your cash yet, and you own a PlayStation 5, then you can jump into the game's open beta to give the game a test-run.
Hell Let Loose PS5 open beta: Start date, how to, more

Hell Let Loose is currently in an extended close beta on PlayStation 5, and those lucky enough to get a key have been able to play for the last couple of weeks as the developers get the game battle-hardened in time for its full release on 5th October.

It is not just those lucky enough to get a closed beta key that will be able to play the WW2 military simulator before launch, as the development studio behind the game, Team17, has announced that all PlayStation 5 players will be able to take part in the open beta.

Hell Let Loose open beta how to get
Hell Let Loose brings gritty realism to the WW2 FPS genre. (Picture: Team17)

The beta will run for four days and be free and open to anyone who wants to jump into what is one of the most immersive WW2 shooters on the market.

So if you have a PlayStation 5 and the mettle to suit up and battle your way across Europe's most infamous battles, then here is everything you need to know.

How can I get into the Hell Let Loose PS5 open beta?

Exact details on how you can access the open beta have not yet been revealed, entry to the closed beta was through Team17 and associated PR companies offering keys to those that put their name forward.

Hell Let Loose Ps5 open beta
Hell Let Loose will have a short open beta before launching worldwide. (Picture: Team17)

It is likely that there will either be a quick registration form which you need to supply an email or simply through the PlayStation store.

We will update this page with more information as we get it.

When does the Hell Let Loose open beta start?

The open beta is scheduled to start on 16th September and is expected to run until the 20th.

The full release of the game is on 5th October and, as we have seen with the closed beta, there is a small chance that developers will add extra days to the testing period as they look to iron out the last of the bugs.

For more news and guides from the trenches, check out our dedicated Hell Let Loose hub.