Warface Set For Fine-Tuning After Successful Closed Beta Testing

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif. (United States of America) / Frankfurt (Germany) – April 09, 2013

Warface Set For Fine-Tuning After Successful Closed Beta Testing

Crytek’s Free-to-play FPS, Warface, co-published with Trion Worlds, set for fine-tuning after successful Closed Beta testing

Crytek GmbH’s free-to-play FPS, Warface, will go offline on Wednesday 10th of April, at 17:00 PDT, for an extended period of server downtime. The game is set to be fine-tuned based on the positive feedback of players who have been participating in Closed Beta testing.

Thanks to the contribution of those players and feedback gathered through multiple channels, a firm foundation has been put in place on which the Warface development team will build from while the game is offline. The overall result will be to ensure that Crytek’s delivery of the free Warface game service is the best it can possibly be going forward.

Crytek and Trion would like to thank Warface players everywhere for their ongoing support and are looking forward to welcoming them back online when the game returns. Over the period during which Warface is offline, the GFACE Closed Beta service will continue to operate as usual. Future communications will provide details of when Warface is set to become playable again.