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Crytek’s free-to-play FPS, Warface, will get a Battle Royale mode

My.com has announced that Crytek’s free to play first-person shooter, Warface, will receive a Battle Royale mode. This game mode will be available in the next update for a short period. The development team will then remove it, improve it based on its players’ feedback, and then re-implement it.

As Warface’s development team noted:

“With Battle Royale, we wanted to create something on the thin verge between the two, and here you have it: quick-paced combat with an element of the unknown — you never know which gun you’re going to get, with action taking place on the largest PvP map ever seen in the game.”

Warface’s Battle Royale mode will have each man survive for himself, will feature dynamic engagement, an enormous new map with plenty of areas to explore, and plenty of Achievements.

Warface will be the third Battle Royale game on the PC. The first one was PlayerUnknown’s: Battlegrounds, and the second one is Epic’s free to play title, Fortnite.

It’s also worth noting that the Russian version of the game already has this update that adds the Battle Royale mode. And from the looks of it, each match will be limited to just 16 players. Therefore, this mode does not really feel as a true Battle Royale game.

Let’s hope that the development team will further enhance and improve it, by allowing more players in it.

Enjoy its teaser trailer below!

Warface - Prepare for a fight!

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