Xbox 360 owners, put your Warface on

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Crytek and Microsoft Studios has announced the launch of a public beta for “Warface Xbox 360 Edition.” Fans of the popular free-to-play online first-person shooter can be among the first to experience the intense co-operative and competitive multiplayer action on Xbox 360, leading up to the game’s launch this Autumn (in NZ).

Powered by the award-winning CRYENGINE, “Warface Xbox 360 Edition” boasts compelling gameplay set in the near future where Warface forces battle against the ruthless Blackwood military. The class-based shooter enables beta players to experience different tactical approaches, gameplay styles and unique weapon sets of all four Warface classes: Rifleman, Medic, Engineer, and Sniper.

When the game launches in spring, players will then receive regularly updated content, enabling fans to experience new, daily co-operative campaign missions and a continuous supply of new maps, weaponry, boosts and more.

Crytek today also unveiled a new trailer for “Warface Xbox 360 Edition,” showcasing the game’s four solider classes and co-operative gameplay on Xbox 360 for the first time.

“Warface Xbox 360 Edition” will be available exclusively on Xbox 360 as a free-to-play with Gold title. Visit www.warface.com/xbox to sign up today and register to join the battle.

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