Crysis 2 developer Crytek has announced that its free-to-play Warface will come Westward in 2012. The sillily-named shooter was previously only confirmed for South Korea and China, where the F2P model is hugely successful.
Along with the PvP modes you'd expect from a class-based multiplayer shooter, Warface will pack PvE co-op missions. It's being co-produced by Crytek Seoul.
"With Warface we aim to become the next-gen of free to play shooters that are en par with traditional AAA games in terms of quality. We have the team and technology to make it happen and are starting with a strong partner in Asia to ensure we gain experience with the free to play business model," said Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli in the announcement. "It's the next logical step for us to bring this new IP to a global audience and thus to our worldwide community."
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Crytek's sillily-named, free-to-play shooter will get a Western release in 2012, the Crysis creator has announced. Previously, it was only confirmed for South Korea and China.