Warface free-to-play shooter closed beta launches today

Warface, the free-to-play first-person PC shooter from Crytek and Trion Worlds, enters its North American closed beta testing phase today, the companies announced in a press release this morning.

The multiplayer-centric shooter, which is built on Crytek's proprietary CryEngine development kit, puts players in the middle of a massive online war. The class-based shooter has both cooperative player vs. AI modes and competitive player vs. player modes, allowing soldiers to specialize in a number of classes. The closed beta test launches today, and will continue until the game's official launch this spring.

Interested parties can still sign up for a GFace — the game's social platform — account in order to be eligible for upcoming beta invite waves. Warface launched in Russia

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