It’s not a lot of a shock that with the subsequent era of consoles on the means a number of builders of stay video games are wanting into next-gen ports. Such is the case with Warface, the free-to-play first-person shooter by developer Crytek and writer The sport is at the moment accessible on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. However, it looks like work goes to be achieved to carry it to each the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The solely actual snag? Getting the CryEngine to work on each platforms. However, if anybody can try this, it’s the guys who truly created the factor.

In an interview with GamingBolt, franchise lead Ivan Pabiarzhyn has the following to say:

We’ve already began speaking with the platforms about new {hardware}. For apparent causes we can not announce something stable at this level. The engine that powers Warface, CryEngine, was closely modified by our crew to have the ability to run easily on an unlimited number of methods. If you obtain it and launch the sport on a comparatively weak PC, for instance, you can be shocked how nicely it can run. With that in thoughts, we’re undoubtedly wanting into what the next-gen consoles can supply us, particularly by way of elevated efficiency and graphical constancy.

While the port is being seemed into, Warface continues to get updates and additions for the present era of consoles. In 2018 the builders added a battle royale mode in order that followers of the style might get pleasure from the last-man-standing mode in Warface. Last 12 months a free enlargement for the sport took gamers to Mars, the place they might each management and battle towards robots. They’re additionally at the moment engaged on cross-play performance, so PlayStation Four and Xbox One gamers will have the ability to crew up. That’s anticipated to be launched in Q2 2020, however it’s unknown if it will additionally transition to next-gen ports.

[supply: GamingBolt]