Warface opens up an African theater with its latest update

    
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At long last, shooty men!

Good little soldiers, it’s time to get your co-op shooting on, as Warface has expanded to include Africa for the first time. It’s not the entire continent (that would be insane), but it does include five diverse multiplayer maps.

Under the umbrella of Operation Endless Skies, players will fight in jungles, canyons, across a giant dam and even inside a grounded cargo ship. The update also added a capture-the-flag PvP map, and an updated version of the Safe House, and additional gear and weapons for the fight. Check out the update trailer after the jump!

[Source: Crytek press release, Endless Skies]
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it’s not a bad game, but the launcher / matchmaker is completely unusable.

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A_Dad Supreme Warface is a terrible cash shop disguised as a shooter..that you do more sliding than anything else. Trion dodged a bullet getting away from this game.

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Trion drops Warface from its website; Crytek still working on U.S. release


One game that had it’s involvement with Trion cut. After watching how Trion’s publishing of ArcheAge’s launch went, wonder what Crytek thinks now of that decision.
“Publisher http://trionworlds.com/ was going to http://venturebeat.com/2012/07/26/trion-and-crytek-copublishing-warface/, but Warface is no longer listed on Trion’s website. This comes after the two companies finished a closed beta for Warface on April 9.
“Crytek is not commenting on the status of its relationship with Trion at this time,” a Crytek spokesperson told GamesBeat.”

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Oh how I long for the days when I had the reaction time to really enjoy fast paced FPS games.
I hate being over 30.