Warface Review (PlayStation 4)

Warface Review (PlayStation 4)

Warface is a contemporary MMO first-person shooter with millions of fans around the world. It offers intense PvP modes, compelling PvE missions, and raids that you can challenge with five diverse classes and a colossal customizable arsenal.


  • Decent graphics.
  • 20.90gb download size.
  • Platinum trophy.
  • Free to play.
  • Set your server location. Ping is shown.
  • Character creator-pick from 25 avatars presets.
  • Starting tutorials. Can be postponed. You get a tutorial for each class as they unlock.
  • First-person shooter gameplay.
  • Five classes-sniper, rifleman, medic, engineer, and SED.
  • Invert axis and sensitivity sliders.
  • Gyroscope controls are supported.
  • ADS and dead zone sliders.
  • Four controller layouts.
  • Left-handed support.
  • Crosshair selection.
  • HDR and enhanced resolution support.
  • Can turn off VOIP/voice.
  • Versus-8 modes that are- team deathmatch, battle Royale, bag and tag, plant the bomb, capture, free for all, blitz and storm.
  • Four overall modes- co-op, spec ops, versus and ranked versus.
  • Loadout- main, secondary, melee, grenades, special. You then get skin choice for-body and weapons, select armor, and activate any boosters.
  • Call of duty feels to the controls and actions.
  • You can help teammates over high walls by crouching and lifting then grabbing and pulling them up.
  • First, win of the day bonus.
  • Kill notifications show as part of your ads display.
  • Minimap.
  • Brilliant loadout in-game mechanic. Press a button to bring up your gun and instantly pick and equip parts like sights and attachments. It’s really quick and looks really good.
  • Day/night maps.
  • Kill counter for you and your enemy.
  • Can spectate teammates when dead.
  • Battle pass system in place.
  • Good solid gunplay.
  • Fast matchmaking times and a room to shoot around in as you wait.
  • You can slide!
  • Good hit markers.
  • Cool level designs and locations.
  • Daily login bonus.
  • Unlock rewards daily.
  • Can change class between deaths.
  • After a match, you have 3 maps to choose from for the next game.

Warface Review (PlayStation 4)


  • Medic and Engineer classes have to be unlocked.
  • Small text.
  • A lot to take in with all the menus and sub-menus.
  • No clear way to quit a game.
  • Very cluttered leaderboards and in-game notifications.
  • All progress and general info after a game are kinds squeezed on the screen.
  • Little fanfare for levelling up.
  • Could just be me but the nighttime maps suck, unless you have amazing eyesight, eat loads of carrots or they have a night vision sight.
  • The whole left stick being the cursor makes quick selection difficult.
  • Mission markers are not always clear.
  • You can buy items/skins/weapons that have a time limit.
  • Maps can get confusing to navigate.
  • The slight learning curve with some of the controls.

Warface Review (PlayStation 4)

  • 8/10
    Graphics - 8/10
  • 7/10
    Sound - 7/10
  • 7/10
    Accessibility - 7/10
  • 8/10
    Length - 8/10
  • 7/10
    Fun Factor - 7/10


Warface is a free-to-play game that is a scaled-down version of Call Of Duty, I say that as it has the core first-person shooter gameplay and mechanics of the said game but it’s scaled back with fewer twists like killstreaks. In its place, Warface uses none of that and instead plays just as a plain Jane shooter. It does encourage microtransactions though and it’s all on timers and limited uses which is not a nice way to do things. Weapon skins are featured throughout the game and whilst they may look cool in the true light of day, you hardly see em or your opponents except on a skippable death screen. I came away from Warface not enjoying it as much as Breakout and though this game was several steps behind many other games in the genre, it’s fine for a freebie, and playing every now and then as a mainstay, it is woefully shallow.

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!

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