Crytek's free-to-play shooter, Warface, opens its doors to the public on October 21st.
The company, known for their successful first-person shooter Crysis, hope to begin a new wave as a free-to-to-play developer. According to Joystiq, CEO Cevat Yerli says the company plans to go fully free-to-play in the next five years.
Warface has gone through several closed betas, with the final one ending last August.
With Crytek's pedigree, the new game is sure to include some impressive shooting mechanics and graphics.
Warface will launch on October 21st for PC, with plans to bring the game to Xbox 360 in 2014. You can sign up for the game on its website here.