Military Online Shooter Enlisted Open Beta Is Now Available on PC and Consoles

Enlisted, the World War II military online shooter developed by Darkflow Software, is now available on PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S worldwide via its open beta.

The open beta features the Battle for Moscow and Invasion of Normandy campaigns which have both been improved considerably since the closed beta.

Enlisted Devs Talk About Crossplay, Progression System, and DX12 Ultimate Support

If you have never seen Enlisted in action, you can check the game in action in the trailer below.

The updated version of Enlisted features new missions, weapons and gear that were not seen during the Closed Beta Test. For example, the new Fortified District map in the Battle for Moscow campaign is a frozen battlefield, where the attacking side crosses the river to storm a massive fortification under dynamically changing weather conditions. The game progression system has also been drastically changed, and the

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PointerTop founder Jason Junge fills need in online customer service

It’s a given that technology makes purchasing nearly every good and procuring a dizzying array of services fast and easy, with only a few finger clicks on a keyboard or smartphone required.

But for all it covered, high-tech expert Jason Junge knew that the e-commerce universe neglected a significant category. And it involved consumers.

“It had all been about automation, how to make it faster, cheaper, easier to sell online … to patronize the self-serving customer who likes to do things themselves,” Junge said. “But they forgot about the population that wants their hand held.”

PointerTop, the Tempe-based remote sales and service software company Junge started in 2016, addressed that. Junge’s business-to-business model focuses on e-commerce high-touch customer service, a more personal interaction that’s more fluid and done in real time.

“Think of your grandmother. Does she want to buy something online and do the research, or does she want

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