Crytek to Show GFACE and Warface at GDC Expo 2013, Incoming New Tech Demo

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Crytek has confirmed details of what they will be presenting at this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Situated at booth #1402 in the Main Expo’s South Hall, Crytek will be inviting attendees to take a closer look at their GFACE social gaming platform and how it integrates with free-to-play FPS Warface, as well as presenting the latest in game development technology with a series of CryENGINE 3 demonstrations.
Taking place from March 25-29, GDC will present an opportunity for a wider audience to experience the seamless integration between GFACE and Warface. Conference and Expo attendees can go hands-on with both on the show floor; managing social interactions via GFACE’s intuitive interface before jumping into a game of Warface to tackle co-op and versus missions with friends. Visit booth #1402 to see for yourself how GFACE offers an exciting new social hub built around great free-to-play games.
As well as offering GDC visitors the chance to sample GFACE and Warface, Crytek will also showcase the latest updates to their state-of-the-art development solution, CryENGINE 3. Licensees will join Crytek at their booth to show attendees the full potential of CryENGINE technology, along with simulation and serious games studio, RealTime Immersive.
Finally, Crytek will be on the lookout for talented professionals to fill a wide variety of vacancies at their worldwide family of studios.

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