The publishing duties for Warface, Crysis developer Crytek’s entry into the free-to-play market, is being handled by Nexon, the pair announced today.
Nexon will market and operate the CryEngine 3-powered game in South-Korea and Taiwan, though there are no launch dates just yet.
Western gamers can expect to get their hands on it also at some point.
Grab the latest trailer and set of screens here and here, respectively. And if you’re into quotes from CEOs:
“We are very pleased to publish the first online game of Crytek, leaders in high-quality FPS games,” said Min Seo, CEO of Nexon Korea Corporation. “With our experience and knowledge in running online FPS games, we will do our best to present top-notch environments for users to enjoy high-quality gameplay sessions.”
Cevat Yerli, founder, CEO & President of Crytek, adds: “We’re excited to bring ‘Warface’ to Korea and Taiwan together with Nexon, the best partner we could have wished for. Nexon’s experience in running games-as-service combined with our high production values and hardcore gaming DNA, we believe we can revolutionize the genre that has been invented in Korea. ”