Warface’s ‘Pick A Side’ trailer shows that coins, in fact, have two sides


By on March 28, 2013 at 8:52 am

Crytek’s F2P shooter Warface may have a great name, but how does it play? And is it any fun? While we wait for the game to launch so we can find out the answers to these (and other) questions, you can check out this CGI trailer showing the two sides fighting it out as a mysterious third party plays around with a coin from high above the battlefield (it’s a metaphor, you see). Let us know what you think:

In the meantime, you can apply for the beta (if you haven’t already) at this address.

Source: RPS

3 comments (Leave your own)

Actually looks kinda cool. Nothing outstanding or mind blowing, but still could be a lot of fun for a(n) F2P game. Any word on Aussie servers yet, or is it being managed out of bigger servers elsewhere?

EDIT: A bit of digging says currently no. Guess we’ll wait and see what comes out in the future.



Yeah you’d be right. I’ve got access to the closed beta and the only options on Gface are Europe and North America.

Another interesting note is that until you actually enter a match, your game runs through your internet browser. That means all your menus, lobbies etc are navigated through the executable run in your browser, then when your game starts, it goes fullscreen.

If there’s anything else you’d like to know, just ask and I shall do my best to answer you.



Awesome! Thanks mates. I’ll keeps my eyes peeled :)

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