F2PMeter: Is Warface truly Free-to-Play?
This week our F2Pmeter might impress you. Warface has been chosen to face the test and surprisingly this browser-based shooter MMO is totally off the charts. Check it out.
In this fast-paced game, players are offered a choice of four unique classes to engage in team-based PvP matches or cooperative PvE missions. It's totally playable in any Internet browser and features real-time weapon customization.
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Remember that games start with a 100% of free-to-play-ness, which will vary depending on the answers to our questions.
No. Thanks to the game’s free-to-play business model, it’s absolutely free for everyone to create an account and start playing Warface
No. Warface has been developed from the scratch as a free-to-play title, so there aren’t any subscription plans whatsoever.
No. As of now, all updates and expansions to the game have been made available for free to everyone.
Yes – -5%. The in-game shop of Warface offers a huge variety of weapons, gear and outfits as well as VIP booster packs. Apart from the latter, all items can either be bought with the regular in-game currency or Warface Points available for real-world money.
No. As VIP boosters, which are the only things unavailable to non-paying users, only help the customer to progress faster by increasing the XP and money rewards, they don’t convey any unfair gameplay advantages. Furthermore, all items available for purchase have to be unlocked in order to be able to use them.
No. UI customisation can be done for free; there aren’t any additional options for purchase with premium currency or real-world money.
Yes. All four character classes available for play in Warface are accessible for every player without any restrictions. There’s no choice of race other than the human race.
No. Due to the simple fact that the game doesn’t feature a huge amount of items players might like to trade with each other, it doesn’t incorporate an Auction House.
No. While we actually can’t say for sure that the inventory/ storage is unlimited, players seemingly have enough slots to get around. The shop doesn’t offer additional ones for purchase.
Yes. All modes and maps available in Warface can be accessed by everyone; there aren’t any restrictions in place.
No. There aren’t any restrictions imposed on non-paying users in regards to what could be considered as end-game content.
Yes – +10%. On the whole, Warface seems to be pretty fair and balanced for everyone, not forcing players to pay in order to be competitive. The temporary boosters available to paying community members only make the purchaser’s in-game life more convenient without conveying an unfair advantage, so that it’s absolutely possible to enjoy the game without paying anything at all.
Warface scores an amazing 105% of free-to-play-ness.