Warface now available for Switch

Free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter adds another platform.

Warface

Publisher My.com and developer Allods Team have released free-to-play multiplayer first-person shooter Warface for Switch via the Nintendo eShop.

Warface, which was developed by Crytek Kiev up until 2019, was first released for PC in October 2013, followed by Xbox 360 in April 2014, PlayStation 4 in August 2018, and Xbox One in September 2018.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nintendo.com:

Dive Into Battle!

Warface is an online first-person shooter like no other. Battle across 50-plus multiplayer player-versus-player maps, tackle tough player-versus-enemy raids in co-op, and unleash a vast arsenal of 200-plus realistic customizable weapons. Join over 80 million players worldwide, and play for free now!

Multiplayer Mayhem

Experience multiple thrilling player-versus-player game modes. Fight for glory across more than 50 multiplayer maps based on locations around the planet, and even beyond it.

Exciting Missions

Team up with friends to complete challenging story-based player-versus-enemy raids. Stop the tyrannical megacorporation, eliminate a zombie threat in Chernobyl, and blast off to Mars to defeat a robot army!

Play Your Way

Discover five playable classes armed with unique abilities, plus a huge variety of customization options for your equipment. Personalize your look and style, customize dozens of real-life weapons and become an unstoppable soldier!

Watch the Switch version launch trailer below.

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