Crytek's online only multiplayer first-person shooter Warface will be making its debut on Microsoft's current gen Xbox 360 console in 2014, and will retain its free-to-play business model as well. This news comes a week after Crytek announced that the PC version of Warface is finally ready to shed its beta status and launch in specific regions across the globe later this year. Mind you, Xbox 360 owners will require an Xbox Live Gold subscription to be able to play the game online (which is the only mode available in the first place).
Warface is Cevat Yerli's first game that contributes towards the company's new motto, complete adoption of the free-to-play model, which they hope to attain within the next five years.
|Topics||Xbox 360, FPS, Crytek, Xbox Live Gold, Free to Play, Warface|