Crytek has announced that Warface, a free-to-play first-person shooter that was released last year on PC, will be available on the 22nd of April for Xbox 360. Although the title will be free-to-play, gamers will need an Xbox Live Gold membership in order to access the game.
"We're extremely excited to be bringing "˜Warface' to console gamers later this month on Xbox 360. We're looking forward to bringing "˜Warface' to the more than 48 million Xbox Live members, offering a free-to-play game filled with intense co-op action and new, daily content to keep Xbox 360 players coming back for more," said Hasit Zala, Warface Franchise Director at Crytek.
Warface will feature both competitive and cooperative multiplayer, with players being able to chose between four different classes: Rifleman, Medic, Engineer, and Sniper. Crytek has also stated that the title will receive new content regularly, including new cooperative missions, maps, weapons, and more.