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  • Blog Post: Crytek Pins Blame For Warface Xbox 360 Cancelation On Microsoft

    Following Tuesday's announcement that Crytek will end Warface on Xbox 360 after less than a year, we reached out to the developer for more information. In response, a company representative told us that the decision to cease work on the game came from Microsoft. “With Microsoft acting as publisher... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Pulls Plug On Xbox 360 Version Of Warface After Less Than A Year

    Well, that didn’t last very long. Crytek is putting its free-to-play military shooter out to pasture on Xbox 360 after less than a year. The developer announced via its Facebook page today that service will cease on February 1, 2015. The game was released from beta on Xbox 360 on April 22, 2014... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek's Warface Gets Release Date

    CryEngine developers Crytek (Ryse: Son of Rome) have ambitious free-to-play plans , and FPS Warface is a major piece of this puzzle. The game comes out soon, and you can take a look at the game courtesy of its latest trailer. Warface comes out on October 21, and the free-to-play FPS – thanks to... More
  • Blog Post: New Warface Trailer Tells Players To Pick A Side

    The latest Warface trailer challenges you to pick a side, comparing conflicts in war to a coin: each one has two sides. Players will make up one part of a select unit of elite warriors that have banded together to fight Blackwood, a government keen on ruling with brute force. PublisherTrion Worlds promises... More
  • Blog Post: Crytek Releases New Warface Trailer

    A new trailer released today for Warface to celebrate the game’s closed beta going live. It shows off developer Crytek’s (creators of the original Far Cry and Crysis games) new online first-person shooter, revealing slick graphics, different locations, and many a bullet. The PC game is set... More
  • Blog Post: Warface Nets Over 5 Million Registered Players In Russia

    On the day Valve announced six million concurrent users on Steam, German developer Crytek announced that five million players registered for Warface, the company's free-to-play FPS for PC. Unfortunately, no one sent Nintendo a memo saying today's number gloating is about millions of people, not... More
  • Blog Post: Research Shows Changing Gamer Habits And A Flat Market

    According to the market research and consulting firm Newzoo , consumer behavior among gamers changed dramatically in 2012, while the video game market overall remained flat. Between the PC, television, tablet, and smartphone, consumers currently have four primary screens to access entertainment with... More
  • Blog Post: Trion Worlds Teams With Crytek To Publish Warface

    Free-to-Play online first-person shooter Warface now has a North American anchor. Trion Worlds and Crytek will "co-publish and co-operate" Warface in North America, Europe, Turkey, Australia, and New Zealand. Warface started in Russia where it boasts over two million registered users according... More
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