Starting today, gamers throughout North America, Europe and Turkey can play Crytek's new titleWarface. Warface is a free-to-play, multiplayer shooter powered by CryEngine3, the same technology behind Crysis 3.
Crytek has issued a new trailer for their free-to-play shooter Warface. It demonstrates how players can quickly swap their weapon modifications on the fly.
“Boo to single-player”, “Single-player is evil”, “No more single-player”. That's pretty much the common theme circulating around a lot of top tier studios in the video game industry right now. Taking the offline, single-player experience away from gamers is somehow a good thing, and Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli believes that the notion of the single-player experience has to go away.
The newest promo trailer for Warface includes a brief look at the game's varied and flavorful locations as well as the game's equally varied and unique weapon loadouts. The trailer is well paced and contains plenty of nonstop action and lots of cooperative teamwork on display, but don't expect anything other than quick snippets of gameplay.
Crytek's CEO Cevat Yerli spoke very openly to CVG about the future of digital gaming and in his mind retail gaming should even exist. If it were up to him all games would be free-to-play and cannibalizing the retail market like no tomorrow.
Crysis developer Crytek's future projects will be focused on free-to-play gaming, according to CEO Cevat Yerli. One reason for the switch is that the company dislikes how other developers are nickel and diming gamers.
Crytek's PC MMOFPS Warface is enjoying a strong debut in Russia, its first market. Mail.Ru Group, the publisher for the game in that country, announced that over a million players have registered.
It has been confirmed that Crytek's CryEngine 3 powered, free-to-play first-person shooter, Warface, will arrive first in Southeast Asia and then will subsequently make its rounds and release in other regions sometime in 2012, which includes North America.
A new teaser trailer was released for Crytek's upcoming, first-person shooter that also happens to be powered by the CryEngine 3. Basically, the trailer is a setup for what gamers can expect, story-wise, from the free-to-play shooter.
Before you start making the comparisons to Crytek's other first-person shooter, Crysis, or in all likelihood, Call of Duty: Black Ops, keep in mind that all of the following footage for Warface is entirely realtime and pre-alpha.
Crytek announced a new first-person shooter powered by CryEngine 3 today. It's called Warface and is in development at Crytek Seoul.