Warface - ready for yourface
After an incredibly successful closed beta run, the free to play MMOFPS, Warface launched this week, without a hitch. The shooter launched in North America and Europe on GFACE, an online social gaming hub, and in Russia, China and Korea through local partners. The game is currently available in English, French, German and Turkish, with plans to expand and localize further in the near future, Taiwan and Brazil are said to be next in line for a publishing contract.
"We want to thank all our community for their support and assistance over the Closed Beta. We invite you all to take part in our discussions and, together, we can make Warface into the best possible experience for you all"
The Warface team are hoping for ongoing feedback and support from the community, throughout the games teething process, and have set up an open feedback forum for players to share their gripes and ideas on.
To complement the MMO's launch, a gripping trailer has been released; giving away some of Warface's underlying plot, and the shady double-crossing that will be going on behind the scenes while you're ID'ing tango's and checking your corners on the battlefield.
In conjunction with the launch, a time-based progression system has been added, granting you access to the Medic class after roughly 30 minutes of gameplay, and the Engineer class after around 60 minutes.
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