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Xbox 360 gets free-to-play-friendlier with Warface

Crytek announced today that it is bringing its free-to-play FPS Warface to Microsoft's Xbox 360 for early 2014, joining fellow F2P titles Ascend: New Gods and World of Tanks on the platform.
Crytek announced today that it is bringing its free-to-play PC first-person shooter Warface to Microsoft's Xbox 360 for early 2014. The Crysis developer is partnering with Microsoft Studios to publish Warface on the platform, retaining its free-to-play monetization model. Xbox Live Gold membership will allow players to participate in online competitive and co-op missions. Several Xbox titles are currently flirting with a free-to-play model, including Happy Warz and the upcoming Ascend: Hand of Kul. Wargaming's World of Tanks is currently in beta for the 360, though Wargaming CEO Victor Kislyi said in July that Microsoft's certification process proves a bit of a barrier to facilitating free-to-play on the platform.

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