Amsterdam (Netherlands), October 28, 2020 – MY.GAMES and the Warface team are excited to reveal a series of Halloween-themed events across the Warface franchise. Events have already begun for Warface: Breakout (PS4, X1), Warface on PC, and Warface for consoles (PS4, Xbox One, Switch).
Warface: Breakout (Xbox One, PlayStation 4)
Available: October 28 – November 11, 2020
The recently-released Warface: Breakout hosts its first-ever Halloween event, featuring new Halloween-themed looks, two new special masks for Wardens and Reapers, unique challenges, and a brand-new way to play; Gun Game mode.
Gun Game mode is team deathmatch with a twist. Players start with handguns and knives and get increasingly better weapons with every kill. Gun Game is exclusive to Halloween and will only be available to play for two weeks.
The Halloween season in Warface: Breakout also features many exclusive items to unlock: Halloween helmet skins, 9 new weapon skins, avatars, weapon stickers, victory poses, and more.
Available: October 14, 2020 – November 2020
Halloween brings a new Chernobyl-themed map for the “Bag and Tag” mode, featuring unique gameplay elements: a player-activated pulse tower that destroys everyone in the area, security drones that can tag players’ locations, and dangerous anomalies to keep players on their toes.
Additionally, the Halloween event for the PC version of Warface features new weapon trinkets, masks, pumpkin-shaped claymores, as well as a limited ‘Halloween’ and ‘Frankenstein’ weapon series.
Warface (Xbox One, PS4, Switch)
Available: October 22, 2020 – November 17, 2020 (October 29 on Switch)
Coming to the console versions of Warface are two new Halloween-themed maps: “Halloween Farm” and “Halloween Wars”, as well as a blood-chilling theme song and new shop supplies.
Halloween Wars temporarily replaces the Streetwars maps, bringing a candy-bag full of Halloween-themed goodies to the battlefield, including zombies, pumpkins, coffins, and more.
Halloween Farm replaces the regular “Farm” and “Farm: Sunset” maps in the “Team Deathmatch” mode. Fight in a graveyard among the open caskets, moving scarecrows, flying witches, and pumpkin streetlights.
In addition to the two Halloween-themed maps, Warface’s console players will be able to get their hands on a new unique mask and glove set, previously belonging to a famous fictional character from Elm street. The event also features a new time-limited weapon series and other spooky gear.