Crytek's free-to-play multiplayer fragfest, Warface, is available online now through PCs across North America, Europe "and Turkey." Access to the game can be found at the conveniently titled warface.com site.
Warface has been localized for English, French, German and Turkish. Yes, we understand that not having Luxembourgish is an outrage, but we're sure there's an appropriately tempered internet petition for that. There isn't? Well, start one!
Warface is Here! Crytek's Free FPS Goes Live in North America, Europe and Turkey on GFACE today
Frankfurt am Main (Germany) October 21, 2013 – Warface, the new online FPS from Crytek, is now live and playable for free in North America, Europe and Turkey on GFACE. Players can gain instant access to the game by signing up at www.warface.com.
Warface blends Crytek's trademark quality with instant accessibility, and can be enjoyed by shooter fans directly in their PC browser. The game features a wealth of cooperative and competitive game modes, four distinct soldier classes, and a special emphasis on working as a team. Constant updates ensure that players can always look forward to a fresh challenge as they join friends on the frontline.
Dirk Metzger, Crytek's General Manager of Publishing, said: "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. 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."
To provide players everywhere with the best possible gameplay experience, Warface is localized into English, French, German and Turkish, with more languages set to follow.
Upon signing up for Warface, players will receive a free account at Crytek's gaming-centric social hub, GFACE; which also goes live today. GFACE will act as a gateway to Warface and provide an intuitive environment in which to chat with fellow players, organize play sessions, socialize and much more.