Hell Let Loose has many WW2 fans (including me) interested in its team-oriented gameplay and plenty of realism features that give you the feeling that you’re in a real battle.
Naturally, more and more players are looking to play it, and some people with the Xbox One are looking to join in on the fun. The answer to the question of whether you can play Hell Let Loose on Xbox One isn’t a straight one, so let’s dive in and see all the angles on this one.
Is Hell Let Loose Available for Xbox One?
Hell Let Loose wasn’t released for Xbox One, but you can technically still play it via Xbox Cloud Gaming. However, there are a couple of things you’ll need to pay attention to here.
The Xbox Cloud Gaming is Microsoft’s service that allows people all over the world to stream games onto their devices. But it’s still in Beta and has some server issues, so you may experience interruptions and bugs while playing your games there. I say “may” because it’s not a permanent issue, but it’s still there until the service leaves the Beta status.
The only way you can access Xbox Cloud Gaming is through an active Game Pass Ultimate subscription ($16.99 per month). But, even if you do that, the cloud gaming service is available only in the following countries:
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
So, even though you can play Hell Let Loose on Xbox One, it’s a workaround. In case you ever decide to upgrade your system, Hell Let Loose is available on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PS5, and Microsoft Windows.