Warface gamescom trailer shows off latest beta additions

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By on August 24, 2013 at 10:02 am

Warface has gone back into closed beta temporarily while it’s on show at gamescom, ahead of an undated western release via Trion Worlds. The new trailer Crytek sent out to celebrate the trade show gives a glimpse at what’s been added to the free-to-play shooter since we last got a look at it, including what looks like player-controlled vehicles and exploding doors. Warface is pretty popular in Russia and surrounding territories but is dragging its feet coming to English-speaking territories.

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Battlefield: Bad Company: F2P Edition?

 

supr585:
Battlefield: Bad Company: F2P Edition?

thats pretty much what i was thinking
i was like umm wut? battlefield expansion/ dlc? oh no it said cryengine… wait wut?

 

Pretty sure it’s mostly co-op though isn’t it? Or have they dropped that since i saw it last?

 

So this is what happens when Trion Worlds shows me their Warface? They’re not convincing me.

 

This Crytek game is shaping up nicely!

nekosan,

It’s got both Co-op and VS mode.

 

You might notice the Trion logo is nowhere to be seen on trailers/website anymore.

And yeah, COOP is still a major part of Warface! :)

 
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