Warface trailer dramatically urges you to play both sides

By Brenna Hillier, Thursday, 28 March 2013 01:18 GMT

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.

Clearly I’m trolling a bit; as the trailer itself is at great pains to point out, there are two sides to everything, and dramatic hype-building trailers like this are fun, too. Warface is Crytek’s first assault on the free-to-play market, and is currently in closed beta and expected to launch later this year; sign up now, if you like.

Thanks, games.on.net.

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