Warface is a free-to-play shooter which has a significant following on PC. The game is developed by Crytek, who are known for stunning games like Crysis and Ryse: Son of Rome. According to the studio, Warface is a competitive experience that pits two factions — Warface and Blackwood — against one another in ranked or casual play.
Over the past year, battle royale games like PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds have become increasingly popular. So many developers have put out their own versions. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 may be the best one out there because it features the tightest shooting mechanics and visuals. The game targets 4K 60 FPS on Xbox One X.
You keep asking us about Battle Royale and when it comes to consoles. It is planned for October, 23rd for PS4 and October, 30th for Xbox. Pretty soon, huh? 32 players, fast-paced gameplay and equal conditions - we're excited to see how it goes for you!
The player count isn't a hundred players, and the maps seem to be smaller too. Those looking for a less hectic experience may consider giving Warfare a go. The shooting mechanics might not be on the level of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, but more battle royale options are always welcome.
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