Warface is now a thing you can play if you live in North America. Crytek’s goofy-titled, free-to-play first-person shooter has been up and running for some time overseas, but an update on the official website confirms the wider launch, with language support for English, French, German, and Turkish. So put your warface on and head into battle.
Sorry, had to be said.
Warface is the first product of Crytek’s Kiev studio. Offering a blend of co-op and competitive game modes built around class-based combat and gradual play progression, it’s got a level of depth that falls in line with most other modern shooters. The difference, of course, is that this CryEngine 3-powered FPS runs in your browser.
We’ve had good experiences with Warface in the past (see Ryan’s GDC 2012 preview), but it’s been some time and multiple betas since we last saw it. The experience has likely only improved. It’s certainly worth seeing for yourself if you’re a fan of shooter and you don’t mind zero dollars as the cost of entry.
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