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.
Brazil's leading distributor of online games, Level Up! have been delivering exciting online experiences to players for over a decade, with millions of gamers enjoying the range of titles they operate across Brazil, India and the Philippines. Acting as co-publisher for Warface, Level Up! will now give players in South America's biggest country the chance to join with friends and tackle the intense cooperative and competitive missions on offer in the military shooter.
"Level Up! boast unparalleled experience in delivering great online games to players in Brazil," said Dirk Metzger, General Manager of Publishing at Crytek. "By partnering with them, we can be confident that players across the country will be able to experience Warface as intended and discover for themselves why the game is steadily amassing an army of fans around the world."
The imminent arrival of Warface in Brazil means the game will soon be available to players across five continents.
Warface - Co-op Campaign Trailer
Warface is designed to bring Crytek quality to everyone using CryENGINE 3, which delivers unequaled beauty to the FPS genre. Warface offers true and engaging team-play in both PVP and PVE, and is the first FPS service that provides something new every day. Daily updated missions for PVE for you and your team mates, a huge and growing pool of PVP missions and maps and a large and growing arsenal of assets. And last but not least... Warface is free.
Check the official sites here, Level Up! Games put up a teaser site, sign-ups for beta are live.