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Warface Beta Begins for Xbox 360, Sign Up Now

Posted on Thursday, February 6 @ 10:19:11 PST by

The public beta for Crytek's free-to-play first-person shooter Warface began yesterday on the Xbox 360, after the game released on PC in October last year, and you can still sign up for it at the official website.

While it will be free, it will only be so for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Keys are quite limited, so it's advisable that you sign up as soon as you can. That said, players should expect a steady stream of updates, daily missions, and new maps for Warface without having to pay a thing.

Warface runs on Crytek's CryEngine and the beta will allow you to experience combat in teams of eight with one of the four classes: Rifleman, Engineer, Sniper, and Medic. Warface is expected to release sometime in spring this year.

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