Warface has taken its sweet time to move to console, but Crytek has confirmed the free-to-play first-person shooter will indeed be landing on Xbox 360 from April 22. The news follows a successful beta test.
Hasit Zala, Warface Franchise Director at Crytek explains:
We’re extremely excited to be bringing ‘Warface’ to console gamers later this month on Xbox 360. We’re looking forward to bringing ‘Warface’ to the more than 48 million Xbox Live members, offering a free-to-play game filled with intense co-op action and new, daily content to keep Xbox 360 players coming back for more.
You’ll need an Xbox Live Gold account to access Warface, but once you’re there, you’re set. Pick from four classes, and choose between competitive and cooperative multiplayer. Don’t think that just because it’s finally reaching new platforms that it’s “done”, either: Crytek‘s promising new co-op missions, maps, weapons and more, keeping the game regularly updated.
While western audiences still don’t seem convinced about Warface, the game is a huge deal in Europe. Last year, Crytek announced that more than 9 million gamers had played within its first year – a number expected to skyrocket after the wider release and now the console launch. If you haven’t tried it yet, you’re missing out.