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Warface: Operation Endless Skies trailer

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I don't get the title "Warface."  I just don't.  Unless there is some facial customization feature to Crytek's free-to-play online shooter that I don't know about, "Warface" seems to indicate that maybe we've reached peak war game - that we're at war game capacity, and that there are no longer enough good titles left for every single game to have one.

None of that is really here nor there though.  Today, Crytek has released a new trailer for Warface's Operation Endless Skies expansion.  It's set in Africa and it's focused on co-op.  Also there are mechs apparently.  I love mechs.  Everything should have them.

To learn more about Warface, or sign up to play the game, visit www.warface.com.  Find full details for Operation Endless Skies after the jump.

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Claim New Territory as a Huge Update Brings "Operation Endless Skies" and More to Warface

Enter Africa and eliminate the enemy in five diverse new Co-op maps

Frankfurt, Germany ?? April 29, 2015 ?? Prepare to engage the enemy on a boundless battleground in "Operation Endless Skies"??a stunning new set of Co-op missions that transports players to Africa in Crytek's free online shooter, Warface.

Operation Endless Skies brings five brand-new maps to Warface, each one offering unique gameplay challenges and a distinctive visual style inspired by the landscapes of the African continent. Players will battle beneath the blazing sun as they lock horns with Blackwood across canyons, jungles, and spectacular structures??and discover a wealth of additional content and gameplay improvements that also come to Warface as part of today's update.

Accessible for newcomers and challenging for veterans, Operation Endless Skies is the most expansive Warface Co-op setting to date. Hit the coast and stalk the enemy through a grounded cargo ship in "Overboard"; fight to survive the hidden dangers of "Jungle Law"; take to higher ground in "Deadly Dam"; infiltrate a hidden lab in "Hollow Science"; and enter an ancient theater of war in "Coliseum". No matter which map players tackle, crushing Blackwood's operations will depend on tactical teamwork and the ability to adapt to the wealth of new missions on offer.

In addition to the mass of gameplay possibilities introduced by Operation Endless Skies, today's update also brings an all-new Capture the Flag Versus map to Warface. Titled "Breach", the map invites defending teams to fortify a warehouse and fend off rival players attempting to blast their way in with C4. As defensive barricades are blown apart and smoke begins to fill the building, both sides will have to keep their cool as they struggle for possession of a precious brief case.

Also new today is an updated version of the Safe House??a place where players can enjoy some target practice before hitting the front line. And while they're getting ready for action, soldiers may also want to hit the shop and get hold of three deadly new weapons and four futuristic armor vests that add extra durability and style in battle.

Sign up to play Warface for free at www.warface.com today, and join the growing community of players battling in explosive team-based Co-op and Versus action.

About Warface
Warface is a team-based shooter crammed with cooperative and competitive action, stacks of game modes and a wealth of weapons for players to get their hands on. Gamers can choose to play as Riflemen, Medics, Snipers or Engineers as they work together and attempt to uproot the Blackwood military faction in Co-op play, or choose their side and lock horns with fellow players in Versus battles. Download the game from www.warface.com or via Steam today??completely for free.

About Crytek
Crytek is an independent videogame developer, publisher and technology provider with headquarters in Frankfurt am Main (Germany) and seven other studios around the world. Established in 1999, Crytek has created multiple award-winning titles, including the original Far Cry, the Crysis series, Ryse: Son of Rome and Warface. All of Crytek's games are developed using CRYENGINE, the company's cutting-edge 3D game technology, which is also the first choice of other leading developers and licensees when creating games for PC, Xbox One, PlayStation®4, Wii UTM, iOS and Android. Crytek's ongoing growth in the games-as-a-service market has extended the company's reach as they continue to deliver top quality interactive experiences to players through self-publishing platforms online.

For more information visit www.crytek.com and www.cryengine.com.