New FPS Warface: Breakout available now on PS4 & Xbox One

International publisher MY.GAMES is thrilled to announce Warface: Breakout, a new premium tactical first-person shooter, to launch today on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The Standard Edition of the game is now available to purchase digitally for 19.99 USD.

Breakout brings the classic, competitive FPS experience to consoles with enhanced controls optimized for gamepads. The game features intense multiplayer battles with gunplay-focused combat and an arms store system that allows players to customize their loadout at the start of each round using credits earned throughout the match.

A standalone spin-off within the Warface franchise, Breakout is developed by Allods Team, an internal studio of MY.GAMES. The studio has ported the original Warface to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

“We’ve been constantly developing the Warface franchise by expanding the original game and bringing it to new platforms, including the recent launch on Nintendo Switch. With Breakout, our goal was to introduce console players to this classic, grounded FPS experience with a heavy focus on gunplay and resource management – the kind of experience which was first defined by the legendary Counter-Strike on PC, – said Ivan Pabiarzhyn, Warface franchise lead, MY.GAMES. – The team has put a lot of heart into creating an exciting, simple-yet-challenging shooter where there is only you, your gun, and your teammates on a mission to plant or defuse the bomb.”

Warface: Breakout is now available on the Xbox Games Store and PlayStation Store priced at 19.99 USD for Standard Edition and 29.99 USD for Deluxe Edition. The Deluxe pack includes the game and the exclusive cosmetic items such as the ‘Vendetta’ Legendary Knife, ‘Liberator’ Legendary Weapon Skin for the M1911, ‘Redeemer’ Legendary Weapon Skin for the USP as well as the ‘Nightslayer’ Player Badge and Avatar Pack.

 

Jim Smale

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