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Warface is noface, to be displaced and not replaced on the Xbox 360 marketplace

Crytek hasn't been doing so hot critically lately, with the recent releases of Ryse and Warface. I would have completely forgotten that the latter game had existed if it weren't for the ridiculous name, which immediately fills my head ...

 
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Free-to-play Warface Xbox 360 beta now available

Well, it's finally here; the Xbox 360 beta for Crytek's first-person shooter, Warface, which was announced back in August, has now launched.  In order to participate in the free-to-play Warface beta, you'll need to register ...

 
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Crytek's free-to-play Warface launches next week

After what feels like years of hearing about Warface -- it literally has been that long, if you count the original release for Asia -- the free-to-play shooter is nearly ready for players in North America. More recently, the Crytek title w...

 
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Women for Warface

Crytek's Warface is getting playable women soldiers

Warface, which I still can't say with a straight face, is adding playable women avatars to the fray. According to executive producer Joshua Howard, speaking to Games Beat, the "female characters are a big hit" in Russia, where the game, sti...

 
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Crytek bringing free-to-play FPS Warface to Xbox 360

Okay. I'm willing to admit it -- for as silly as the name Warface is, it's fairly memorable. In a sea of free-to-play first-person shooters, this is among the first (and only!) to immediately come to mind. Not that I've ever bothered to pla...

 
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Warface beta begins

Warface closed beta now live, new trailer launched

Warface, Crytek's upcoming free-to-play shooter, looks like a lot of fun. I'm genuinely excited about this game and have been anticipating the launch of the closed beta for a while now. Well, said beta is now officially live and ...

 
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Free-to-play FPS

Warface closed beta opens ahead of full launch in spring

Trion Worlds and Crytek have kicked first-person shooter Warface into gear, announcing that the free-to-play game's servers are now operational for the closed beta. Amusingly, the "social entertainment platform" powering Warface has literal...

 
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New Warface trailer actually looks fun

I've played and enjoyed a lot of FPS pew pew pew shoot-'em up games in my time, but when it comes to free-to-play I normally find myself left disappointed, either because the game in question is an obvious rip-off or a shameless ...

 
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Warface lowers the barrier, raises bar for free-to-play

Development budgets are swelling, while consumer tolerance for higher prices is shrinking. It seems that we are headed towards an impasse. While the free-to-play model has already solidified itself as a viable alternative, there are few, if...

 
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Trion Worlds announces Gamescom plans

It looks like Trion Worlds' has a fair amount to show off at Gamescom, which is impending. During the conference, which takes place in Cologne between the 16th and 19th, Trion will be showing "Storm Legion" for Rift to consumers for the fir...

 
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E3: Gorgeous free-to-play shooting all over your Warface

To say that a lot of free-to-play games were at the show this year would be an understatement. Though they weren't all of the same genre, I saw a holy God crap-ton of F2P titles everywhere. This model is spreading like a wildfire, and seems...

 
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E3: Warface promises AAA graphics at an unbeatable price

Trion and Crytek have shared a new trailer for Warface in addition to a silly amount of screenshots to help usher in this week of never-ending news and asset dumps. We get it -- the game looks good, particularly for something that's free t...

 
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Crytek bringing free-to-play Warface to 'Western markets'

It seemed odd that a company like Crytek would produce a free-to-play first-person shooter for PC and only talk about how it's going to be available in China. The powers that be are now discussing further plans: Warface "will hit the Wester...

 

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