"When the game launches in spring, players will then receive regularly updated content, enabling fans to experience new, daily co-operative campaign missions and a continuous supply of new maps, weaponry, boosts and more," notes an Xbox NewsWire post.
The game's contemporary military premise is hardly exotic, I'll grant, and Crytek's track record for first person shooters isn't spotless - Crysis 3 was a bit of a disappointment. Still, it's another free game for Gold subscribers. Can't have too many of them, right?
Warface will release on Xbox 360 this spring.
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