This time, you might be pretty impressed by our F2Pmeter: Warface is the chosen one to be tested and startlingly is absolutely off the charts. Don’t miss out on that!
This fast-paced browser-based MMO shooter allows players to choose from 4 unique classes and make use of the real-time weapon customisation feature as they take on cooperative PvE missions or face each other in team-based PvP matches.
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As ever, Warface will start with a 100% of free-to-play-ness, and depending on how our questions have to be answered, this percentage will change. So here we go then...
No. Incorporating an F2P business model, Warface doesn't charge players for creating an account in order to play.
No. The title doesn’t offer any subscription plans at all, since it has been developed from the ground up with an F2P business model in mind.
No. For the time being, every player has been granted free access to all the game's updates and expansions.
Yes – -5%. Warface features an in-game store that has several VIP booster packs as well as a wide range of outfits, gear and weapons on offer. Other than booster packs, the entirety of the items offered are either available for Warface Points (purchasable with real-world currency) or the regular in-game currency.
No. Paying users are unable to gain an unfair advantage over non-paying users as they can only get their hands on VIP boosters which will solely speed up their progression by boosting the amount of EXP and currency rewards. They moreover have to unlock every item available in the shop before being able to use it.
No. The shop doesn't offer any extra UI customisation options players could purchase with real-world cash or premium currency in addition to what can be customised for free.
Yes. The game doesn't offer any other choice than the human race and when in comes to choosing your character class in Warface, players aren’t faced with any restrictions but can freely pick from all 4 available classes.
No. The game doesn't feature an Auction House as there simply aren't many things you could wish to trade with others.
No. Whilst we're actually not completely sure whether storage/ inventory slots are unlimited or not, the game seems to provide enough of them in order to get around and the store doesn't sell additional slots either.
Yes. Regarding the choice of maps and modes and maps available for play, players aren’t faced with any restrictions.
No. Non-paying players aren’t restricted in any way when it comes to what might be considered as end-game content.
Yes – +10%. All in all, Warface appears to be pretty well-balanced for everybody and absolutely fair. Due to the fact that paying customers obviously won't gain any unfair advantages but only temporary boosters that will make the life in game a bit more convenient, players aren't forced to spend money in order to be competitive but can absolutely enjoy the game without spending a single dime.
Our F2Pmeter test of Warface results in an amazing 105% of free-to-play-ness.