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Platform(s): PC, Xbox 360
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Trion Worlds
Developer: Crytek
Release Date: Oct. 22, 2013

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'Warface' (ALL) Adds Two New Game Modes

by Rainier on Feb. 20, 2014 @ 7:00 p.m. PST

Warface is an online FPS, a military shooter set in the near future offering a cinematic experience with next gen visuals, AI and physics based on Crytek’s proprietary CryENGINE 3 game development solution.

Warface, supported by a free-to-play business model, provides gamers with a constantly updated extensive PVE (player versus environment) universe full of dramatic multiplayer co-op missions, a full set of class based PVP (player versus player) and will be available for PC via Crytek’s free-to-play social platform GFACE.

Warface has added two new game modes to its arsenal: Tower Raid, a challenging new Co-op mode, and Capture, its interpretation of classic capture the flag gameplay.

“We are incredibly excited to announce our biggest update so far,” said Elijah Freeman, Executive Producer. “We are continuously looking to expand our Warface universe, and both the extreme challenge of Tower Raid and the all-time favorite Capture modes offer great new environments for our community to tackle and explore. By combining this new content with our daily fresh missions, we hope to offer the players an experience they will have fun with and enjoy coming back to.”

Tower Raid is a new Co-op mode that will test for teamwork and provide a challenge for all player classes. The mission is to take down a high-ranking Blackwood official, a true predator within this power-seeking organization. Team Warface must fight their way through each floor swarming with enemies, in order to try and free the world 6from this adversary.

Capture is a classic Versus mode, Warface’s interpretation of Capture The Flag, which puts two teams against each other as they battle for an important briefcase containing nuclear codes. The defending team wins if their enemy fails to capture the briefcase, whereas the attacking team wins when they manage to bring it back to their base. Alternatively, a team wins when the opposition is completely eliminated.

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