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Crytek Adds NVIDIA GameWorks to “Warface”We’re announcing today at the Game Developers Conference, in San Francisco, that we’ve teamed up with Crytek to add support for several NVIDIA GameWorks technologies to its hit free-to-play online first-person shooter “Warface,” powered by CRYENGINE, their award-winning game development solution.CRYENGINE has been praised for over a decade for its advanced technology. It’s the framework behind Crytek’s own hit franchises, including “Crysis” and “Ryse: Son of Rome.” It’s also licensed to top developers, such as NCsoft, XL Games, Tencent and 2K Games.“Warface” uses CRYENGINE’s advanced graphics and game technology to create a fast-paced, online first-person shooter, featuring intuitive controls and slick gameplay. The addition of GameWorks technologies like NVIDIA PhysX and VisualFX will take the gameplay in “Warface” to a higher plane of realism and engagement.