Crytek's free-to-player MMOFPS Warface is now live and ready for play.
First person shooter fans now have a new venue for their online multiplayer action thanks to Crytek. The developer has announced that its free-to-play MMOFPS Warface is now live for players in North America, Europe and Turkey. The game, which was built with CryEngine, boasts class based combat with four unique soldier types, multiple gameplay modes and real-time weapon customization that allows for upgrades on the fly. Crytek hopes that with Warface it will demonstrate the potential of free-to-play games to exist on the same plane of excellence as pay-to-play titles.
"Our goal with Warface has always been to show that free-to-play games can be top quality, blockbuster experiences that match the industry's highest standards," said Dirk Metzger, general manager of publishing at Crytek. "By bringing the game to players in North America, Europe and Turkey today, a vast new audience can now see for themselves the lengths we've gone to in order to achieve that vision and make Warface stand out from the crowd."
The game's official release was accompanied by a new cinematic launch trailer likely aimed at getting players hyped to try the game. All in all, Warface looks like it will be a fun new option for shooter fans and we're excited to give it a spin and see how the game has turned out.