Crossout is a free-to-play vehicle-based action MMO set in a post-apocalyptic world. Players craft customized war machines and take part in team-based combat across desolate terrains.
Publisher: Gaijin Entertainment Playerbase: Medium Type: Vehicular MMO Shooter Release Date: May 30, 2017 (Open Beta) Pros: +In-depth sandbox vehicle customization. +Multi platform play. +Awesome core gameplay. Cons: -Grinding components can take a long time.
Star Conflict is a 3D sci-fi themed space simulation MMO with fast paced action oriented combat. Similar to the subscription-based EVE Online, Star Conflict consists of fighting space battles, building corporations, and grinding materials and money to create bigger and better ships.
Publisher: Gaijin Entertainment Playerbase: High Type: Shooter Release Date: Feb 27, 2013 (NA/EU) Pros: +Good variety of unique ships. +Customizable ships. +Polished graphics & fluid gameplay. +Varied game modes. Cons: -Pay to win elements. -Lots of grind required to get the best ships and upgrades.
Enlisted is an FPS where players use squad-based tactics to complete objectives, and fight in matches with up to 100 players.
Publisher: Gaijin Entertainment Playerbase: TBD Type: MMO Shooter Release Date: TBA Pros: +Large-scale WWII warfare. +Squad-based tactics with different objectives in battles. +Trade weapons and characters with other players. Cons: -Limited information available.
War Thunder developer and publisher Gaijin Entertainment has a new project, which it has announced via the release of a 16-second live action trailer depicting infantry combat during World War II. And...that's all we've got.
More information will be released on December 12th. Those that are interested can sign up for the newsletter on enlisted.net, the name of which may or may not have anything to do with the project.
What do you think Gaijin's new project is? Do you think that the company might be adding infantry combat to War Thunder or that this is something entirely new?