Warface’s newest trailer reads like a sports gear commercial with lines like “aim better”, “strike faster”, “shoot farther” and “hit harder”. I was half expecting one of the soldiers to stop and take a drink from a Gatorade bottle or the camera to cut to a soldier’s shoes which would turn out to be a pair of Nikes. Apparently though, the trailer’s focus was on Warface’s real-time weapon customization which allows a player to change out attachments on the fly without needing to respawn or redeploy at a weapons terminal.
Those of you who have played Crysis will instantly recognize the familiar customization layout within Warface. Players can change out scopes, add silences, a fore-grip or even grenade launchers in order to tailor their weapon to the situation at hand. The attachments will need to be unlocked for the specific weapon beforehand in order for a player to swap between them during a match. It will be interesting to see how many players sit afk out in the open while fiddling with their weapon attachments.
Warface is currently in closed beta and will officially launch sometime in Spring. If you would like to sign up for the beta you can do so here.