Crytek, the developers of online shooter Warface, probably wish they'd never asked. Polling users across the world what they wanted to see in terms of female soldier design, the results are...well. See for yourself.
"The face of war has changed," begins this trailer for Warface. And yet the name of Warface has not changed. It is still Warface. And thank god, really.
Warface? WARFACE. The people behind one of gaming's most preposterous titles—a free-to-play shooter that somehow manages to combine the words "War" and "Face" without cracking a smile—have explained the rationale behind their decision.
Crytek, the studio behind the Crysis series and its eye-bleeding Cryengine graphics tech, are getting ready to launch their newest game. It's a free-to-play shooter. It's already out in some parts of the world, and will be out in North America pretty soon. And it's called Warface.
Crysis developers Crytek (or, at least, their Kiev satellite studio) have been working on Warface, a multiplayer shooter for the PC that while looking entirely unremarkable also boasts visuals that look bloody amazing.
Crytek's near-future military shooter for the PC, Warface, is currently live in Russia, with a closed beta in China. But the game plays differently in both regions.
Warface, the online shooter destined for Asian markets and published by Crysis creators Crytek, may not have sounded like much at first, but take a look at it in action.
Crytek, the creators of Far Cry and Crysis, are mostly known for their shooters with a strong emphasis on singleplayer campaigns. Their Korean studio, however, has just taken the wraps off an entirely online shooter.