The game will go live in North America on Oct. 21.
We discuss the free-to-play online shooter’s newest features with executive producer Joshua Howard.
This closure is part of a reorganization under Trion’s new CEO. It will not affect development.
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Crytek and Trion aren’t talking about the status of their Warface contract, and fans are worried.
Crytek’s free-to-play shooter expands to a new Asian market with the help from a South Korean publisher.
Crytek’s Cevat Yerli says Warface will start the era of high-quality, free-to-play shooter games.
The successful online shooter is making its way to the U.S., China, and Asia.
Chief executive Cevat Yerli assures gamers that free-to-play Crytek games is nothing to worry about.
Crytek won’t make Facebook games, but it wants to dominate the world with free-to-play games.
Cevat Yerli, chief executive of Crytek, says that Crysis 3 will be the new benchmark for PC gaming.
The worst-kept secret in free-to-play games is out in the open: Warface is coming to North America, Europe, Turkey, Australia, and New Zealand.
Crytek’s leaders believe their CryEngine is the best
We left the industry trade show with very different opinions on what we saw. Here are our final thoughts.