Crytek's free-to-play online FPS, Warface, is now live in North America, Europe and Turkey. Players can now instantly jump into action by signing up at Crytek's social platform GFACE.
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A bit faster than expected, Crytek's free-to-play online FPS, Warface, concluded all beta tests and is finally announced for official launch on October 21st, 2013.
Crytek's free-to-play FPS Warface approaches Open Beta. Warface will enter a new "Sneak Peek" phase tomorrow, which is still restricted to players who are part of the Closed Beta phase.
Crytek invites participants of previous Closed Beta phases to join the next testing session. If you played the beta a couple of months ago and would like to check out the latest build, this is your chance before the official launch.
In the run up to its official launch, Crytek's free online FPS, Warface, has returned for a final phase of Closed Beta tests today.
Crytek will once again be attending the gamescom expo in Cologne this year, giving players a chance to go hands-on with their free-to-play military shooter, Warface.
Crytek launched a revamped website for upcoming free-to-play FPS Warface. And as it seems, this time they do it without a publisher, login and game launch will be seamlessly integrated in Cryteks community platform GFACE. So sign up, if you want to participate in the next beta session.
Crytek had completed closed beta in America and Europe. That was in April 2013. The past weeks it had been a quiet around Warface, but yesterday Crytek's Executive Producer Joshua Howard posted an update on the social gaming platform GFACE. It seems they are busy rolling out the next phase, but it seems also that Crytek is not working with its publisher Trion Worlds any longer.
Crytek is set to further expand the Asian audience for their free-to-play FPS, Warface, announcing today that they will be partnering with leading online publisher NEXON Co. Ltd to bring the game to PC players in Japan.
Things are going well for Crytek's FPS Warface. Crytek has completed a successful closed beta in America and Europe and launched the open beta for its free-to-play shooter in Korea. And as for Russia Warface can rightfully claim a new Guiness World Record.
Brazil-based MMOG publisher Level Up! Games striked a deal with Crytek to publish the free-to-play MOFPS (Multiplayer Online First Person Shooter) Warface in Brazil. The publisher enjoyed success with Nexon's Combat Arms and Sudden Attack, and adds its third MOFPS to its portfolio for its Brazilian gamers.
Free-to-play FPS Warface is enjoying a succesful ongoing closed beta. A new Warface trailer highlights real-time weapon customization, an essential feature.
Warface entered closed beta in North America, Europe and Turkey through the GFACE and Trion platform. Check out the latest trailer:
Trion Worlds, the leading publisher and developer of premium games for the connected era, today kicks off the closed beta for Warface, the upcoming free-to-play shooter, in cooperation with renowned developer and co-publisher Crytek GmbH (Crytek).
Either German developer Crytek or US publisher Trion Worlds has updated the cover image at their Facebook page for upcoming MOFPS Warface, fueling speculations on the closed beta date for Western markets.
Crytek's free-to-play shooter Warface: amasses an army of FPS fans in Russia and adds another top award to its list of accolades. The MOFPS was voted as best online game in Russia as part of the Runet Awards. Prior to this it was named as Best FPS at G-Star 2012 expo by Korean gaming site Inven. When will it be released in Western markets?
Check out the latest trailer of upcoming Crytek’s free-to-play shooter, Warface, featuring the co-op campaign mode.
After the launches in China and Russia, the free-to-play FPS Warface from German based Crytek is set to enter another closed beta test. Korean gamers can apply at Nexon's game portal for the first CBT, which is scheduled for 13 Sep 2012. When will it come to Western markets?