Warface: Breakout will get new game mode, new maps and countless improvements
Today publisher MY.GAMES and developer Allods Team have revealed a roadmap for tactical shooter Warface: Breakout, detailing numerous planned improvements such as new maps, new game mode, console crossplay, new enhanced movement and hit detection system, as well as various technical and gameplay additions.
The upcoming second and third seasons will feature at least one new map each. A vast variety of cosmetic items, skins, victory poses, graffitis and weapon trinkets will also be introduced during 2020. Players will be able to track their progress unlocking these new cosmetics via seasonal leaderboards.
New game mode will be first introduced during season 3, and made permanent if the community likes it. Also coming soon is a Clan system with its own ladders and challenges. Full control remapping options and ping system are on the way too, as well as custom games and a spectator mode. Weapon progression will also be introduced, with players being able to test new weapons on a shooting range.
In addition to various net code and frame rate improvements, crossplay between PS4 and Xbox One is coming soon. A region lock option will allow players to be matched only with peers from their region, and the movement system and matchmaking are to be improved too. Maps and visual effects will also benefit from increased fidelity and a reworked VFX pipeline.
About Warface: Breakout
Warface: Breakout is the competitive online first-person shooter, available on PS4 and Xbox One. It is a spin-off within the Warface franchise. The game features intense multiplayer battles with tactical gunplay-focused combat. Breakout was developed by the Allods Team, an internal studio of MY.GAMES and was released on May 26, 2020. The global publisher of the game is MY.GAMES.