Publisher and developer MY.GAMES has announced that one of their most popular games is getting a new name. Their hit shooter, Warface, will soon be renamed to Warface: Clutch and it has a new logo to show for it.

Timur Suzi, executive producer at MY.GAMES said the following about the rename:

“Our inspiration for the name came from the fact that in games and sports there are moments of pressure where you are required to summon strength, concentration and grit to make that match-defining play. This is what we want our players to experience, their moves, their strategy and their reflexes define matches. Frantic gameplay with a competitive edge, that’s what Clutch is about.”

The rename to ‘Warface: Clutch’ is part of a gradual process of improving the game. While some steps have already been taken, such as adding new content to the console version from the PC version, this is only the start. An important goal is ensuring that PC and console versions are matching in both content and patches. This also means that events (both seasonal and game related) are getting overhauled. Another step is that the battle pass can now already be bought for ‘soft currency’ rather than just real money.

Behind the scenes, the development team is also being strengthened to deliver more high quality updates but some features are already making their way into the game such as a new ranked matches system, new weapons and updates to the game’s contract system. A large update is still being prepared to ship before the end of the year.

The new name also follows the company’s decision to split ‘Warface’ into two separate titles to be further developed independent of each other. ‘Warface: Clutch’ is intended for the global audience and will be developed and published by MY.GAMES.

More news on the development Clutch will be coming before the end of the year. This is the first step for the long-running shooter as it enters a fresh chapter.

Last but not least, a new update is available for Warface: Clutch as well, and you can find the patch notes here.


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