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Warface trailer dramatically urges you to play both sides

You may recall Warface’s recent, very interesting trailer on weapon modding. Do you know, some people didn’t find that interesting? “Stop showing actual gameplay mechanics and showing us in-game footage,” they complained. “Let us watch highly cinematic cutscenes instead.” So that’s what you’ll find below the break. I hope you’re happy.

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GFACE headlines

  • Crytek expands into Istanbul

    Crytek has opened its eighth studio, Crytek Istanbul, which will focus on free-to-play and the firm’s Warface and Gface brands, Gamespot reports. The Istanbul arm will also oversee the CryEngine business in the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey. Other Crytek offices are located in Germany, Ukraine, Hungary, Bulgaria, South Korea, China, and the UK.

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  • Warface confirmed for US and Europe

    Trion Worlds and Crytek have confirmed the free-to-play online FPS Warface will be in Europe and the US.

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  • Yerli: "We'll figure out" how to make free-to-play AAA work

    Cevat Yerli believes so strongly in the future of free-to-play that he’s bet his entire company on it, but that doesn’t mean we’ve seen the end of story-driven, single-player Crytek games.

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  • Crytek's online games platform GFACE in closed beta

    Crytek’s once-mysterious GFACE has resolved into a cross-platform online games platform, with social network and streaming games service.

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  • Crytek trademarks GFACE, CARVATAR and KINGDOMS

    According to this inCrysis report, Crytek’s trademarked the names GFACE, CARVATAR and KINGDOMS. That’s it. Fingers crossed we’re not going to be playing Crysis: GFACE any time soon. Thanks, IGN.

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