Nexon announced today that Nexon and Crytek signed a publishing deal for Crytek’s next- generation online first-person shooter game, “Warface.” With this agreement, Nexon obtained the publishing license of “Warface” for South-Korea and Taiwan and will operate and market the game. “Warface” is Crytek’s first online FPS and is based on Crytek’s critically acclaimed CryENGINE 3 game development solution. The game offers next generation visuals, AI and physics in a near-future military setting.
Min Seo, CEO of Nexon Korea Corporation said:
“We are very pleased to publish the first online game of Crytek, leaders in high-quality FPS games. With our experience and knowledge in running online FPS games, we will do our best to present top-notch environments for users to enjoy high-quality gameplay sessions.”
Cevat Yerli, Founder, CEO & President of Crytek added:
“We’re excited to bring ‘Warface’ to Korea and Taiwan together with Nexon, the best partner we could have wished for. Nexon’s experience in running games-as-service combined with our high production values and hardcore gaming DNA, we believe we can revolutionize the genre that has been invented in Korea.”
Crytek’s first free-to-play game Warface promises to combine 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 will feature competitive and fast paced PVP and PVE, high level of team play in both PvE and PvP, real-time weapon customization, as well as frequent content updates.
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