Crytek’s fee-to-play FPS Warface has over 9 million registered players in Russia alone. According to GI International, this figure is up from 5 million reported for the region in November 2012. According to new figures, 5% of players using the Mail.Ru’s servers are located in territories such as Kazakhstan and Zimbabwe – the later has two players, at least. Warface has been available in Russia for one year now, and is currently in closed beta in both the US and UK. Sign up for it here.
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