Warface had formerly been accessible on Xbox 360. Anything you earned or bought in the beta will be accessible for you in the game that is complete.
On Xbox 360, Warface needs an Xbox Live Gold ($60/year) subscription, so it is not just free. The game, built on CryEngine 3, features four soldier types, along with cooperative and competitive ways. In a play to keep you participated, Crytek additionally intends to release new assignments on a daily basis.
Though Crytek hasn't released any information to talk to just how successful the game has been Warface has brought more than 25 million players across PC and Xbox 360 to date. Notably, it is not clear how many of those 25 million users are playing with the game. Crytek has also not revealed any details regarding the amount of money the trade of the game are pulling in.
The Xbox 360 version of Warface is now in beta that is open, with the full launch later this season slated for.
On a daily basis, new assignments are additionally released by Crytek in a play to keep players employed. Crysis developer Crytek's free-to-play first-person shooter Warface found through a public beta today on Xbox 360.
Microsoft says the Warface Xbox 360 beta can be obtained starting today, though you will have to enroll at Warface.com/xbox to obtain entry. As I have not received one, keys do not seem to be going out to everyone.
A year ago Warface, which started on PC, pits teams of eight soldiers against one another and runs on Crytek's proprietary CryEngine. The beta enables players to attempt all four Warface groups (Rifleman, Medic, Engineer, and Sniper) on various maps.
When the game starts in full this spring, players can anticipate frequently updated content like day-to-day concerted effort assignments and a "constant supply" of new maps and firearms. Although the game is free-to-play, it is possible to spend real world cash to get a host of things that are virtual.