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Warface has updated on Switch with a new feature. The online first-person shooter now has a 32-player Battle Royale mode.

True to the genre, each round involves eliminating all opponents and being the last man standing. You’ll only start out with a melee weapon, but more advanced options are available in special boxes and when a plane flies over.

Here’s a full overview of Battle Royale in Warface:

Publisher My.Games has announced that the free-to-play first-person shooter Warface has reached one million players on Switch worldwide in just over a month since its launch on February 18th, 2020.

Today’s press release mentions that players have completed 495,387 PvP matches. Total playtime is also at 83,000 days while the most popular modes are PvE missions (1,285,309 played) and co-op Special Operations (148,507 completed).

Warface franchise lead Ivan Pabyarzhin says that it wants to keep the Switch version fresh with “constant updates.”

Source: My.Games PR

My.Games and Crytek have shared a Switch launch trailer for Warface, a free-to-play online first-person shooter. Watch it below.

As we reported earlier today, Warface started to receive a surprise launch on Switch. View some footage of the shooter below.

Warface, a free-to-play online first-person shooter from Crytek, has released today on the Switch eShop. It’s out now in Australia and is expected to roll out globally within the next day.

Here’s an overview of Warface: