Red Faction: Guerrilla transitions from GFWL to Steamworks today

Red Faction: Guerrilla is a Games for Windows Live title no more. It has made the transition to Steamworks and has some new additions to celebrate the occasion.


Red Faction: Guerrilla falls under the category of classic favorites. Over five years after it was originally released, Volition's futuristic shooter is now getting one of its biggest updates to date. It has officially made the transition from Games for Windows Live to Steamworks.

Red Faction: Guerrilla is now going by the title Red Faction: Guerrilla Steam Edition and includes Steamworks matchmaking, Steam Trading Cards, and all online functions performed via Steam. Six new Wrecking Crew maps have also been added, as well as a new mode called Behemoth Mode.

This, of course, goes along with a handful of tweaks and bug fixes. The full list of changes can be found on the game's Steam Announcements page.

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