Gamers have always enjoyed the many pleasures of free-to-play first-person shooter games, but it was only a while ago when Warface re-launched itself for the console scene and fans couldn’t be happier.
As this Warface review will demonstrate, the game, powered by CryEngine V, is a delight to play for fans of titles such as Fallout Shelter, Warframe and Neverwinter. One of the latest entrants in the F2P market, Warface, not really all that new to Xbox players, was first launched in 2014 and made a comeback in the year 2018 again.
Warface is an exciting, all-inclusive first-person shooter game that refreshes fond memories for those who loved Call of Duty. Developed by Crytek Kiev and produced by Crytek Seoul, it offers a host of multiplayer options in PVP modes, a range of raids and PVE missions that let users learn the nooks and corners of every playable class out there in the field.
A guide to the gameplay
Warface requires players to choose from several different formats: players can either play as a Rifleman, a Sniper, a Medic or an Engineer and even switch roles during the game if they wish to.
Whatever role one chooses, the rules of the game are pretty easy to follow: Snipers provide extensive backup to the classes during a battle, Riflemen help add extra ammunition to the battle, Engineers repair and restore all damaged warfare, while Medics, as is self-evident, help heal and restore teammates’ health.
With its superb range of unique weapons and countless options to choose from, Warface makes for an extremely compelling gaming experience. Of course, a Warface review is incomplete without mentioning the cutting-edge weapons that are up for grabs: from the Gold FN SCAR-H to the Gold Fabarm S.A.T. 8 Pro, this superior game has it all.