Warface: Breakout Season 2 ‘Underground’ is out now

30th September 2020

Publisher MY.GAMES and developer Allods Team are thrilled to announce the release of ‘Underground’, the second season of its console tactical shooter Warface: Breakout, available now as a free update on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. ‘Underground’ adds a new map, seasonal rewards, a myriad of new mechanics, quality-of-life changes and even crossplay (to be added later in the season).

The biggest part of 'Underground' update is the ‘Slum District’, a map that takes players through gloomy city streets, torn apart by war. It’s tailored to various combat styles, allowing for mid- and long-range engagements, close-quarters combat, and various sniper vantage points.

'Underground' brings several new mechanics, including a progression system, elite challenges, callout pings, and seasonal leaderboards. Players can now complete weapon-specific assignments to earn rewards like weapon stripes, ranging from bronze to gold, plus new and exclusive gold weapon skins. The second season of Breakout will also introduce the new 3D-ping system, allowing for better communication within the team. This will let players highlight any position on the map with a marker that’s only visible to their team. 

'Underground' adds new ways to customize the characters too, with victory poses, bomb skins, and brand-new weapon stickers giving players the opportunity to customize the weapons and stand out a little more in combat. New and exclusive weapon and character skins can also be found in the Underground Cosmetic Pack, which includes exclusive content like the legendary ‘Consigliere’ and ‘Free Rider’ skins for Reapers and Wardens respectively, the epic 'Burst' skin for the AUG A3 Hbar, the epic ‘Gambler’ skin for the PKP Pecheneg, and the Anod knife.

New seasonal events and features are coming beyond the launch of ‘Underground’. Players can look forward to a Halloween event, with crossplay support set to launch later this year.

Moreover, in the second season of Breakout players will benefit from gameplay enhancements and quality-of-life improvements made during the last months. The new movement system will ensure that the players are in perfect sync with each other, meaning smoother movement and hit detection. The servers have also been upgraded to support the tickrate of 60, a welcomed addition for competitive play.