Warface offers an intense Co-op experience with daily new content, in which players can master unique teamwork moves and gameplay styles. They can also engage in fast-paced or tactical action in Versus modes such as Team Death Match or Plant The Bomb.
User reviews: Mixed (6,972 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 1, 2014

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September 29

What lies beneath

At the core of the Nevada Storm update will be all-new Nevada maps and further changes and improvements to Warface. While one element will be more Versus maps in the Nevada setting, like Airbase, Quarry and Streetwars, there will be other improvements for performance, audio, in-game chat and Anti-Cheat.

Performance and audio improvements



Fresh performance and audio improvements have been made to take you closer to the heart of the action. Improved shadow rendering, automatized viewport down-scaling and multi-threading support will be added. Audio is now compressed using a better codec to improve sound quality and experience.

Cut the Chatter

If you prefer the sound of silence, you can now disable the in-game chat and concentrate all your attention on the enemy.

Fair and Square



We are working towards keeping the playing field clean with increased anti-cheat measures. We don’t want to go into details about the changes to not give away and hints, but rest assured this only one step in our quest and there will be more. We hate cheaters as much as you do.

We will announce a release date for the Nevada Storm update later this week.

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September 24

Street Recon



The Nevada Storm update preview continues! The next update will bring all-new Nevada maps and further changes and improvements to Warface. While one element will be more Versus maps in the Nevada setting there will be other gameplay features and other improvements like a new dynamic spawn system on the Nevada maps.

Streetwars TDM

Carve unexpected paths through this urban jungle, using abandoned garages for cover as you close in on your enemies. Warface Level Designer Reece Lawrence wanted to share his thoughts on Streetwars:

“Streetwars is an exciting Team Deathmatch map, set inside a gated community in the state of Nevada. It includes the stereotypical white picket fence and mowed grass that you might expect to see.

We have, for the first time in a Warface map, added the really cool ability for players to dynamically change the map’s layout. Players have the choice to open and close garage doors, which opens up new routes and shortcuts to surprise the enemy team and gain an advantage. This cool new feature helps to keep the map fun and enjoyable as well as giving it a different feel every time you play it.

We have also introduced spawn protection into this map. Each team has multiple spawn areas so when an enemy is detected close to a spawnpoint, players are automatically respawned in a different area of the map.

This new feature will help prevent spawn camping, which we know the community has reported as an issue in the past.”


Unhappy Campers



Our new dynamic spawn system keeps respawning fatalities to a minimum on our Nevada maps. Warface Publishing Producer Loic Raimond explains how the new system works:

“Our community has pointed out that the spawn system in some of the Versus maps could be improved. This feedback has been directly taken on board by our level designers when designing the latest maps. What we did is to implement multiple spawn areas for each team. In case the system detects that the enemies are too close to the player’s spawn point, he will be spawned at an alternate location of the map instead, allowing him to get into the battle untroubled and denying the opposing team the option to focus their efforts on only one location to dominate the enemy.“

The Nevada Storm is not over yet and more details will be revealed next week.

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About This Game

About Warface

Hit the front line in Warface – a free-to-play first person shooter that offers new multiplayer missions every day.

In Co-op mode, play the part of a Rifleman, Sniper, Engineer or Medic, and master the unique skills of each class to help your team to victory. Daily new missions mean you'll always have a fresh challenge to face and new rewards to unlock – regardless of whether you tackle Regular, Skilled or Hardcore campaigns.

Versus matches see teams of up to eight players battling it out in stacks of competitive modes. Jump into "Team Deathmatch", "Free for All", "Plant the Bomb", "Storm", "Destruction" or "Capture", and switch your soldier class at any moment to maximize your contribution to the cause.

Features

  • Enjoy a constant flow of new weapons, maps and more!
  • Tackle new missions in diverse war zones every single day
  • Brace yourself for explosive Co-op and Versus action
  • Work as a team and master four unique soldier classes
  • Crytek's CRYENGINE tech draws you deep into the heat of battle
  • Pick your side and fight as the forces of Blackwood or Warface
  • Play completely free of charge – never pay a penny
  • Expect the best – Crytek's trademark quality meets free-to-play gaming

Something worth fighting for

Whatever mode you're playing, you'll become part of the power struggle between the elite forces of Warface and the corrupt military juggernaut, Blackwood. Co-op missions challenge you to drop into conflict hotspots around the globe and loosen Blackwood's stranglehold, while Versus play invites you to choose your side and wipe out all who stand in your way!

Along the way, Warface makes sure you have access to the firepower and skill set required for victory. Unlock a vast array of weapons and tweak them to personal perfection by utilizing multiple upgrade slots. There are also plenty of ways to enhance your soldier's stats, and when the battle gets underway you can gain an advantage over the enemy with special actions such as sliding and shooting, taking cover behind moveable objects, and combining with friends to reach strategic vantage points.

From the creators of Far Cry and Crysis, Warface keeps the top quality FPS action coming thick and fast every single day, completely for free!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2 GHz or AMD Dual-Core 2 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 or AMD ATI Radeon 3650
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8
    • Processor: Intel Dual-Core 2.6 GHz or AMD Dual-Core 2.6 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 9600GT or better, AMD Radeon 3870 or better
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 6 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
Helpful customer reviews
1,802 of 2,142 people (84%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Great for uninstalling
Posted: July 10
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2,906 of 3,513 people (83%) found this review helpful
6.1 hrs on record
Before you say that I barely played this game then let me inform you that I played this game when it was in closed beta testing as a browser game about 10 months ago. I just downloaded it to try it now that its on steam to see if there are any big changes and here is what I found.

The game still has the same horrible cash shop as before and I really dislike cash shops like this where you can buy weapons and gear for real money, or you can buy them with ingame credits that takes a while to earn and the weapon only last for about 7 or 14 days (alot of guns are permanent though). The game does have decent balance between all the guns but I still don't like the cash shop system it has and you need to repair weapons.

I play a bunch of different games so I don't have the time to no life in this game for 7 or 14 days and grind. The best kevlar and helmet can only be bought for the co-op currency and only last 14 days. That system really sucks for me since if I buy something that last 14 days but I only play 7 days then I obviously lose on it. I am also not interested in the co-op part of the game.
The cash shop also seems to rotate a few weapons every 2 weeks that are only available for real money and only last 7 days.

The game has very small maps, granted some people might actually like that but I really hate these incredibly small maps where you can spawn and throw a grenade to the enemy spawn, it also just encourages a bunch of nade spamming and camping and spawn killing.

The dedicated / peer 2 peer / lobby server system is a good idea with potential but as it is right now after you play 1 map it takes forever for the next one to start on most servers because people always seem to leave and the host has to start each new match manually it seems but this could be cause the game is in beta. There are also always people that lag in every single match.

The games graphics are not that good on max settings. I know graphics are not everything but when they keep using it as a selling point and even on steam they keep bragging about "cryteks cry engine" for example this is what it says under features of this game: "Expect the best – Crytek's trademark quality meets free-to-play gaming" You kinda expect them to deliver but they really don't, this game looks like its from 2008.

So to sum it up: Game has bad cash shop, small maps with nade spam and campers and spawn killing, lobby server system with hosts that is buggy, laggy and slow. Graphics are not as good as they advertise them to be. Overall "feel" and "smoothness" of the game is really weird in my opinion and I just don't enjoy it that much. If you play this game then please look at the characters movements and stuff in the game and you'll see how sluggish, weird and awkward everything is.

Keep in mind this is just my opinion of the game, feel free to download the game since its f2p and try it for yourself, I am sure plenty of people will like this game.

Oh for all the people defending the game and saying its in beta, then yeah it is, but its been in beta for like 1 year now and the same problems exist now as they did back then, so to me that is no valid excuse. If you like the game and thats your opinion then good for you, but please stop defending the game by simply saying "its in beta, what do you expect" bla bla bla.
Posted: July 1
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1,602 of 2,032 people (79%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Pay to win. Buy weapons and upgrades, they last for a few days then you have to buy them all over again. You can earn money to buy some weapons just by playing but you cant earn the credits you need for the strong weapons. Essentially you play and lose matches repeatedly against players who pay money and finally earn enough for the gun you wanted and it is gone in 7 days and you have to earn it all over again.
Posted: July 1
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1,705 of 2,195 people (78%) found this review helpful
1.3 hrs on record
Let me preface this by saying, I was in the open beta while it transitioned to "full game". It had many flaws then and was clearly not finished.

Little has changed. The servers are still a mess, the weapons are unsatisfying and the UI is awful.

If you want a fun tactical shooter, play a CS. If you want a realistic shooter, play ARMA, or Insurgency. If you want a casual, no skills needed shooter, there is CoD. This game is a little of them all, and is doing a bad job at each.

Add to all that, the horrible freemuim model that is being forced upon you is very invasive.

Just play something else. Don't even try it.
Posted: July 1
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1,303 of 1,754 people (74%) found this review helpful
3.7 hrs on record
Pay to win. Disappointing.
Posted: July 1
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