Warface Breakout Review (PlayStation 4)

Warface Breakout Review

Become the ultimate mercenary of tomorrow in Warface: Breakout, a tactical online first-person shooter where tight gunplay and strategic team cooperation define the high-stakes PvP experience. Engage in fierce gunfights, make split-second decisions, and master a vast arsenal of weapons to outsmart your opponents and secure victory.


  • Decent graphics.
  • 13.83gb download size.
  • Platinum trophy.
  • Licensed music-on/off.
  • Invert axis and sensitivity sliders for acceleration delay, ADS acceleration, pitch speed, yaw speed, and more.
  • Left handed support.
  • HDR support.
  • Enhanced resolution option for supersampling non-4k TVs.
  • Season events.
  • Game modes- casual or ranked.
  • Customise-gun skins, player card, and player avatar.
  • Stats screen along with online leaderboards.
  • Daily mission-can veto once a day.
  • Halloween event-gun game with exclusive rewards and its own leaderboard.
  • Friend/party invite system so you can matchmaker together.
  • Plays like CS-GO.
  • Can mute all teammates.
  • Can join matches in progress which means quitters can be replaced.
  • Earn cash from kills and rounds.
  • In between rounds you can buy equipment and weapons.
  • Attackers and defenders with a bomb area to plant/destroy.
  • Fast paced.
  • Can pick up other player’s guns.
  • Can ping a spot.
  • Each round a player gets awarded Mvp.
  • One life a round.
  • If you survive a round you get to keep any purchased gear.
  • Can spectate team mates.
  • Look at gun button.
  • You win by planting/disarming the bomb or by killing all your opponents.
  • Uses a lot of visual clues and tells so you don’t need to necessarily talk.

Warface Breakout Review


  • No tutorials.
  • Can’t change the matchmaking server except for right at the boot-up screen so if you forget or miss it it’s tough tiddies.
  • Long matchmaking times.
  • First impressions are just a series of event pop ups then a set of menus.
  • Feels unbalanced at times in terms of rank.
  • Na cover system like stick to the wall.
  • Over powered knife.
  • Can’t make your own layout for controls.

Warface Breakout Review

  • 8/10
    Graphics - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Sound - 8/10
  • 8/10
    Accessibility - 8/10
  • 9/10
    Length - 9/10
  • 9/10
    Fun Factor - 9/10


Warface Breakout let’s get it straight, it’s a more modern take on CS GO. It doesn’t hide the fact and it is in no way a dig because the game is straight-up some of the best multiplayer fun I’ve had in years. It performs so smoothly and has enough customisation options and cool modern levels that it feels like a new game entirely. Starting off it’s rough as it’s just a series of menus and season passes or a shop and this is all before you even notice the play button! Matchmaking time was sporadic at times but overall I never waited too long. At the end of the day, Warface Breakout is a solid shooter and a must-own for fps players and is every bit as addictive solo as it is with friends.

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!