Enlisted October 5 Update Patch Notes Now Out for PS4, PS5

Enlisted October 5 Update is now out for all the players by developers Darkflow Software, and we have the complete patch notes list. Along with the usual fixes for the game, this patch also marks the launch of Enlisted on the PlayStation 4. Yes, PS4 players can now download the game for free, if you have already bought it for the PS5.

All the relevant information you may need to know regarding the Enlisted patch notes for October 5 Update is covered below in the next section. You should be able to download and install this patch along with the full game right away on the relevant consoles. On the PlayStation 4, you will have to download around 5.1 GB of update file size.

Enlisted Patch Notes: October 5 Update

Here are the official patch notes for Enlisted October 5 Update that is now rolling out to all the supported platforms of the game. The following statement is what the developers have to say regarding this new launch on the PS4:

Soldiers, we are happy to announce that the online military shooter Enlisted – initially developed only for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S, is now also available on the previous generation of consoles! Owners of the PlayStation 4 can enjoy combat in three Enlisted campaigns: the Invasion of Normandy, Battle of Tunisia, and after nearest update – Battle for Moscow. Naturally, playing on the same servers with existing players on other platforms. The fourth campaign – Battle of Berlin – will become available in the end of 2021 or the beginning of 2022. We are also working hard to release Enlisted on Xbox One in the nearest future as well.

The release of Enlisted on the PlayStation 4 will allow players who have not yet had the opportunity to obtain more modern hardware to join the game. Our development team has worked hard for more than a year to optimize performance and carefully adapt the massive and intense Enlisted battles for the previous generation of hardware. As a result, battlefields full of soldiers, armored vehicles, and aircraft fighting simultaneously in the same location can run at a stable 30 FPS, even on the regular PlayStation 4 consoles. With the content of all available campaigns being exactly the same as on the newer generation of consoles and PC.  Though we are still not satisfied with the performance and will keep working on improving it.

If you’d like to read more game updates and news, check out our Patch Notes section.

Source: Enlisted

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