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The Keep, a FPS gaming community will be celebrating a new event this Saturday for the frenetic and interesting FPS Warfork. The specific details for the tournament are the following, according to the formal announcement:

Warfork Duel Cup #02
Date: Saturday 15 Feb 2020
Time: (TENTATIVE) 0900 US West // 1200 US East // 1800 Cent Europe

Double Elimination Duel Tournament
BO3 / BO5 Finals

If you’re interested to join them, don’t forget to formally confirm your attendance through the following link, where you’ll also find some general rules and other information, like the maps where the action will take place.

This isn’t the first time this community hosted a tournament, as you can see in this previous announcement, and hopefully they continue doing them so that there are incentives to keep pushing the progress on the game – remember that, although perfectly playable, it’s still in Early Access.

For those of you who don’t know it, Warfork is a forked version of the FPS Warsow, and you can find more information about it on this previous GOL article. Still, if you have more questions, the organizers provided a Discord channel so that you can ask them directly.

And finally, in case you decide to join the tournament, it would be nice if you let us know on the comments; these types of events are excellent to represent the Linux gaming community, and may allow for other people to know that we’re here and potentially join us one day...

Find Warfork free on Steam.

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2 comments

g000h 13 Feb
I like this style of game, it's close to Quake deathmatch. However, watching some game play I'm not keen on the weapons and the way they work (i.e. the accompanying audio, animations, bullet tracks, etc).
Sunburst 14 Feb
Quoting: g000hI like this style of game, it's close to Quake deathmatch.
Indeed, it plays like Quake III Arena.

Quoting: g000hHowever, watching some game play I'm not keen on the weapons and the way they work (i.e. the accompanying audio, animations, bullet tracks, etc).
You might be interested to read this, then.
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