My.Games have revealed Warface: Breakout, a paid spin-off to the free to play first person shooter, coming out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One today.
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Warface: Breakout is a tactical shooter specifically for console, notably lacking the free-to-play business model that the main game has used since its wider release. However, this is still a budget title, priced at $19.99 USD for the standard version and $29.99 for the Deluxe Edition with a handful of cosmetics.
It features tactical multiplayer in the vein of CS:GO and Valorant, with two teams battling in a Search and Destroy game mode to either plant or defuse a bomb on the map, and an arms store appearing between rounds where you spend credits earnt through a match. There’s five maps at launch, with 30 weapons, and matches feature two teams (the Wardens and Reapers) of five players.
Ivan Pabiarzhyn, Warface franchise lead said, “We’ve been constantly developing the Warface franchise by expanding the original game and bringing it to new platforms, including the recent launch on Nintendo Switch. With Breakout, our goal was to introduce console players to this classic, grounded FPS experience with a heavy focus on gunplay and resource management – the kind of experience which was first defined by the legendary Counter-Strike on PC.”
Post launch, My.Games will support the game with seasonal content updates to add new challenges and cosmetic rewards. You won’t have to buy a Battle Pass to take part in this, with monetisation beyond the initial purchase will be for cosmetics to customise the look of characters and weapons.
Warface as a whole is a pretty fascinating franchise, having struggled to find enough success under original developer Crytek on the last generation of console. It was revived for the current generation with a 2018 release on PS4 and Xbox One, the development team splitting off to create a new studio in early 2019. Since then, the game has come to Nintendo Switch, which has a bespoke 32-player Battle Royale mode, and now we see this tactical shooter spin off.
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Become the ultimate mercenary of tomorrow in Warface: Breakout, a tactical online first-person shooter for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One where tight gunplay and strategic team cooperation define the high-stakes PvP action.
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Warface: Breakout brings the classic, gunplay-focused competitive FPS experience to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, enhanced with optimized console controls and free post-launch seasonal updates.Learn More
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Play the objective and defeat your opponents to earn credits that can be used for purchasing new equipment during the match. Master a vast arsenal of realistic weapons like assault rifles and shotguns, each with unique recoil patterns and gunplay styles.
Make sure you always have a Plan B in the high-stakes 'Search and Destroy' competitive game mode, where your mercenary team is tasked with defusing or planting the bomb. Explore maps with different equipment loadouts to find the best strategy for every scenario.
Create your own ultimate merc and stand out from the crowd with customizable character and weapon skins, player badges, and avatars. Complete challenges to earn new items, or purchase them from the cosmetic-only in-game store.
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Warface is a first person shooter game developed by Pixagon Games.
Warface provides gamers with a constantly updated extensive PvE universe full of dramatic multiplayer co-op missions, a full set of class based PVP, and is available internationally on the PC as an Open Beta. Warface is supported by a free-to-play business model.
Warface was developed by Crytek Kiev with the help of Tencent. On 2019, the developers of Warface left Crytek Kiev to form an independent development company, Blackwood Games, which developed the game until 2021. On 2021, the developers left Blackwood Games to create a new studio, Pixagon Games, which will take over all further development of Warface.
The Russian version is the Main Server of Warface.
Types of Combat
Warface's Player-Versus-Player; Players have 5 different classes to choose from, and can engage in a multitude of game types, such as the typical Team Deathmatch, Plant The Bomb, Free For All, Storm, and more.
The Player / Team must complete the given objectives in order to come out as victorious over the other Players / Team. These objectives differ depending on game type.
A team of up to 5 Players engage in combat against the AI-driven Blackwood forces in dozens of scenarios at different levels of difficulty. These scenarios can be as simple as taking down a primary target (essentially a "Boss"), or escorting vehicles while Blackwood troops advance. New PvE Missions are added in daily, ensuring that Players stay entertained even after they beat the previous missions.
The bread-and-butter of any squad, the Rifleman excels at medium range, out of reach for Engineers and Medics, and too close-range for Snipers. Typical Rifleman guns consist of Assault Rifles, Battle Rifles, Carbines, and others.
The Engineer is more mobile and close-range than the Rifleman, and as such is equipped primarily with SMGs and other fast rate-of-fire guns. These SMGs are devastating at close range, but lose their power over distance, thus putting the Engineer at a closer engagement range than the Rifleman.
A specialty class dedicated to keeping the team alive and in good shape. While not quite suited for 1v1 combat, Medics are equipped with shotguns that are absolutely destructive at close range.
The only class that is actually usable at long range belongs to the Sniper. The Sniper's bolt-action or semi-auto Sniper Rifle allows it to kill individual enemy troops in a single hit or two.
A class with unsurpassed armor that is ideal for players preferring a class for "tank"-oriented tactics. Has the ability to perform co-op climbs alone, as well as the inability to be knocked down.
Game Partners, Game Status, Licensing, and other Attributes
Blackwood Games does not manage the game servers themselves, and instead Warface is being licensed to a few companies around the world to make the game available. Likewise, these companies do not have identical versions of Warface and all are currently in Open Beta.
- Mail.Ru - Publisher of Warface Russia. Main server of Warface.
- My.com - publisher for Warface West after February 1, 2017. Renamed to Warface International on July 1, 2020.
- Level Up! Interactive - Warface publisher in Brazil. Warface Brazil was closed on December 5, 2020.
- GoPlay - Online game publisher in Vietnam. Warface Vietnam was closed on July 19, 2020.
- Gface - publisher for Warface Turkey. Originally published Warface West as well but stopped on February 1, 2017. Warface Turkey was closed on February 15, 2019.
- Netplay - Warface publisher for Warface Thailand. Warface Thailand was closed on April 12, 2018.
- Nexon - Warface publisher in charge of distribution in South Korea. Warface Korea was closed on November 27, 2014.
- Tencent - Co-producers of Warface that released Warface in China. The first server of Warface, released in 2011. Warface China was closed on June 18, 2015.
26 May 2020 02:44 PM UTC
We are glad to welcome you to the new cooperative tactical game Warface: Breakout that has just been released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in online stores. This is a separate buy-to-play title developed by Allods Team that forms part of the franchise. Warface: Breakout is a classic competitive FPS optimized for gamepads. Get ready for some intense gunplay!
Set in a world of tomorrow, Breakout puts you in the middle of the conflict between two elite mercenary units – Wardens and Reapers.
Warface: Breakout offers a classic game mode well familiar to all the fans of "Plant the Bomb", where two rival teams have to either plant or defuse a bomb. You will earn credits by defeating opponents and completing objectives. Spend those on new powerful weapons and tactical equipment at the beginning of each round. While the rules are simple, every match will present a unique gameplay experience depending on the tactics you utilize.
You can learn more about Warface: Breakout on the official website of the game and in social networks.
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A new class was added to the game: the SED.The SED is ideal for players preferring a class with an unsurpassed armor. Its Heavy machine guns offer infinite ammunition, although they will overheat under sustained fire and will require a cool-down period to become operational again. It is able to take more damage than other classes with significantly increased armor, although it has less health points, making him vulnerable to melee attacks. It is also significantly slower than its human counterparts, although it can sprint for far longer.
The SED cannot be healed or revived by Medics. Engineers can revive the SED with a new special item: the SED Jumper.
The SED also has special abilities: it can perform co-op climbs alone and cannot be knocked down.
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Warface is a free-to-play online first-person shooter video game developed by Crytek Kiev, co-produced by Crytek Seoul, and published by My.com. The game was developed with Crytek's in-house CryEngine 3. Warface centers around online firefights in player versus player (PvP) matches, with microtransactions allowing players to purchase weapons, equipment, and cosmetic gear. The Xbox 360port, which was developed by Crytek UK, was discontinued in February 2015. The console version of the game was relaunched for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2018 and on the Nintendo Switch in 2020. Members of the game's development team split from Crytek Kiev in February 2019 to form a new development studio, Blackwood Games, who will handle future development duties for Warface.
A tactical shooter spin-off game named Warface: Breakout was released on 26 May 2020 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Classes and weapons
Players can choose between five different classes: Sniper, Rifleman, Engineer, Medic, or SED. Each class has its own specific combat role, with Medics reviving fallen and healing injured teammates, Engineers restoring and repairing armor and being able to revive SED's, Riflemen providing additional ammunition, SED's for suppressive fire and eliminating large groups of enemies, and Snipers for engaging in long-range firefights.
Each class comes has its own unique weapons and equipment, often split into two categories. Riflemen can choose between a variety of assault rifles and light machine guns, and have the ability to distribute ammunition to themselves and other players. Snipers can wield bolt-action and semi-automatic marksman and sniper rifles. Medics have access to automatic and pump action shotguns, as well as the ability to heal and revive teammates. Engineers can use sub-machine guns and personal defense weapons, and can replenish armor, place explosive mines, revive SED's and quickly interact with explosives. SED's however, are different as they have access to heavy weaponry, as well as a grenade launcher that does medium damage along with a flash effect.
Every class carries a secondary firearm, and an additional melee weapon. Each soldier's tool belt is supplied with a hand grenade, and can be modified or expanded with extra smoke or flash-bang grenades. The Engineer can also carry anti-personnel mines. Weapons have customization slots that can be used to outfit a firearm with scopes, bipods, handles, flash guards, and suppressors.
Players can compete online in PvP matches, or combine their efforts against AI-controlled enemies in PvE battles, as well as Spec Ops. As players complete matches and missions, they can earn Experience Points, Warface Dollars, and Vendor Points. The amount of rewards earned varies depending on the number of players, the mission played, the mission's duration, the amount of checkpoints, and other criteria.
Warface Dollars can be used to rent weapons, and purchase armor and other items. Experience Points allow each player increase their personal Rank (level) in the game. Vendor Points are used to progress through the Arsenal tree, which features three categories of items that are unlocked in line with the player's in-game progression: Weapons, Attachments, and Equipment. VIP Booster Packs, which can be purchased from the in-game store, allow the player to earn additional Experience Points, Warface Dollars, and Vendor Points after a match. Another form of in-game currency, Kredits, are a premium currency that allow the purchase of the VIP Booster packs, player skins, bundles, special weapons, and more. Kredits are purchased with real-world money and are often required to purchase high-end items including but not limited to: golden guns, skinned guns, boxes, and armor. Due to this, players often accuse the game of being "pay-to-win."
In August 2011, Crytek announced that Warface would be released for PC in Western markets in 2012. In February 2012, the game was announced to be published by Nexon in South Korea and Taiwan. The game was released for its open beta stage on Mail.Ru's game client in Russia. In July 2012, Trion Worlds announced itself as the publisher of the game in the United States, New Zealand, Turkey, Australia, and Europe. The closed beta version of Warface was released in western markets on 17 January 2013.
On 28 August 2013, Crytek announced that Warface would be released for the Xbox 360 in early 2014. The game was released for the Xbox 360 on 22 April 2014. On 3 December 2014, Crytek announced that it would cease support for the Xbox 360 version of the game, with support being fully withdrawn on 1 February 2015.
Warface was released for PlayStation 4 on 14 August 2018 and for Xbox One on 25 September 2018. In November 2018, the game added a Battle Pass to the PC version of the game known as 'The Syndicate'.
In February 2019, the game's development team formed a new studio, Blackwood Games, which would take over further development of Warface from Crytek Kiev.
Warface received mixed reviews from critics, according to review aggregator Metacritic. Gaming Trend said that while the Xbox One version of Warface was not the most unique game, it was fun and approachable. TheXboxHub praised the game for being "truly free-to-play" and not requiring players to spend real money to remain competitive, while providing "highly enjoyable online focused gameplay" and plenty of modes.
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