Warface: Crytek Announces 25 Million Registered Users

Warface sees a significant milestone within just two years of its launch.

Posted By | On 01st, Apr. 2014 Under News


Crytek’s free to play shooter Warface may be only two years old, having launched in Russia in 2012, but it now has 25 million registered users according to the developer.

Crytek CEO Cevat Yerli stated that, “Warface is part of our games-as-service model, which means the game thrives off and revolves around our community. We look forward to delivering more of the great gameplay experiences that they have come to expect, and can promise the growing ranks of Warface fans that the franchise still has lots of surprises in store.”

Of course, active and concurrent numbers of players are more important than the overall total but it’s still a worthy achievement. Currently, Warface is open beta for the Xbox 360 with a full release available some time this year. What are your thoughts on Warface and the on-going beta? Is it worth investing in, especially with the number of multiplayer first person shooters out there? Let us know in the comments.


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  • Jonathon Head

    So i agree that the game has blown up. i played a little bit of the PC version and like it. i even played the Closed beta for a bit as well. when the open beta came out i was stoked.
    i was then disappointed as i got nothing for being in the closed beta( wasnt thinking you would but an achievement woulda been nice) thats a minor detail. the big issue is the connectivity issues. everytime someone joins or leaves it pauses the game for everyone, but the enemy can still shoot and ive had quite a few co-op games that lagged all the way to the point were we never got to fight. these are my only problems or thoughts on the game.


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