Closed Beta Sign-Ups are now open for Crytek’s upcoming free-to-play FPS, Warface

Warface.com, the official web site for Crytek’s first free social FPS Service Warface, opens today for closed beta sign-ups and gives everyone interested the possibility to reserve their unique Warface ID. A new trailer – which shows the different classes – is also live on the site. The closed beta date isn’t set yet but will be announced during 2012.
Crytek’s first free-to-play game Warface combines high production values with stunning visuals and an intense gameplay experience known from conventional retail products. The military shooter is set in a near future setting and key features include:
-Cooperative game play in Player vs. Environment (PvE) missions with a challenging state-of-the art artificial intelligence and massive boss fights.
-Competitive and fast paced Player vs. Player (PvP) action.
-High level of team play in both PvE and PvP, four different player classes, cooperative special moves.
-Real-time weapon customization for adaptive changes in play style.
-Frequent content updates.

 

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