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Warface – Gets “Operation Endless Skies” Update, Adds Five Brand New Maps

Crytek has just released a new major update for its F2P title, Warface, that adds a stunning new set of Co-op missions that transports players to Africa. In order to celebrate it, Crytek has also released a new trailer that can be viewed below.

Operation Endless Skies brings five brand new maps to Warface, each one offering unique gameplay challenges and a distinctive visual style inspired by the landscapes of the African continent.

“Players will battle beneath the blazing sun as they lock horns with Blackwood across canyons, jungles, and spectacular structures—and discover a wealth of additional content and gameplay improvements that also come to Warface as part of today’s update.”

In addition to the mass of gameplay possibilities introduced by Operation Endless Skies, today’s update also brings an all-new Capture the Flag Versus map to Warface. Titled “Breach”, the map invites defending teams to fortify a warehouse and fend off rival players attempting to blast their way in with C4. As defensive barricades are blown apart and smoke begins to fill the building, both sides will have to keep their cool as they struggle for possession of a precious brief case.

Also new today is an updated version of the Safe House—a place where players can enjoy some target practice before hitting the front line. And while they’re getting ready for action, soldiers may also want to hit the shop and get hold of three deadly new weapons and four futuristic armor vests that add extra durability and style in battle.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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