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Fallen Earth

Publisher : GamersFirst

Status : Launched

Subscription Model : Free to Play

Release Date : September 22, 2009

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Genre : MMO Guilds : Yes Grind : Medium
Graphics : 3D Medium PVP : Yes Population : Low
Price : Free PVE : Yes System Requirements : Medium
Crafting : No Originality : High Distribution : Digital Download
Sound Effects : Medium Character Customization : High Violence : High
Item Mall : Yes Type : Sci-Fi Platform : Client Based

Fallen Earth Overview

Fallen Earth is an FPS set in the area of the Grand Canyon. This science fiction FPS takes place in the post-apocalyptic world after most of the world is wiped out by a terrible plague. The remaining humans have been mutated by the plague and are fighting for the remaining resources. Become a part of one of the six teams in which you battle for resources to stay alive and keep those in your faction alive. With intense, futuristic graphics, Fallen Earth is an extraordinary game for gamers looking for a unique FPS that offers complex combat in a diseased world.


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    State of the Game:
    We haven’t done one of these in while, partly because we were using other channels to communicate, from direct emails to Facebook messaging and even in-game chats, but also because we needed some time to hunker down and fix the game.  While the lag was terrible, in fixing it we were able to address a few more issues and make some marked improvements to the overall stability in several areas.  We also wanted to hold off on making a large “It’s fixed” announcement until we had the opportunity to watch the servers in action.   We were all pleasantly surprised when we realized that the fixes likely resulted in a better situation than we had prior to the lag.  If things continue to look good we will be able to go back to a once a week maintenance schedule, something I think we’ve all been looking forward to. 
    So what’s next for FE? We’re back to doing what we love most, developing the game and working on new ways to keep players engaged.  Our first priority for new content is continuing the storylines we started in The Outpost. We’re moving into pre-production on this now and will release more info as it becomes available. 
    While the art department is working on that, the rest of us are keeping busy with bug fixes. We’ve been going through the list, fine tuning drop tables and cleaning up various missions to make them less of a grind.  Some of these fixes have made it on to live already with others still in progress on our internal servers and as with all balance issues, some recent changes may still be tweaked a bit.
    While 2015 started a bit rough, we’ve got some cool things planned in game and some exciting possibilities we think players will be really interested in. 
    See you in the wasteland

    - Wed, 25 Mar 2015

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    June State of the Game
    With the launch of the Outpost creeping closer it seems like a good time to talk about what’s going to be in the new area as well as give a bit of behind the scenes info on how production has gone. 
    While The Outpost primarily refers to the new player built town in the new county it’s become a bit of a nickname for the area itself.  The area itself is the first look players will get at the rest of Alpha County . From a visual and lore perspective it combines elements of Terminal Woods’ un-radiated forest with the creeping contamination and rot that GlobalTech brought to Alpha.  
    Players will be able to spend time in small faction camps learning  as each group tries to establish a foothold in the new area.   While there are some missions in each area the bulk of the content is accessible through world events as each faction fights for control against external and internal enemies.
    The Outpost itself is a more ambitious town then previous progress towns. Not only is it larger, but it is designed to last longer and contain more buildings and enemies.   However the attackers, when they do come, will be significantly more challenging than those players have previously seen. 
    All of the storylines in this new county will be evolving and growing over time. This is a story designed to be told in chapters with more frequent updates and releases, which is also one of the factors in the length of development time. 
    If you’ve been around for a while you know one that server stability will always be our biggest priority. Far more important than the release of new content is making sure that new content will not disrupt existing players. During the development of the Outpost we had unintentionally created a situation where we could not guarantee that stability.  We had changed too much too fast and as a result had to spend a chunk of time addressing those issues.   While in a perfect world I would have liked to seen The Outpost on live sooner rather than later in the year, the extra time did give us the opportunity to get more player testing on the combat changes as well as give us time to improve the overall quality of the area.   
    So bottom line when is The Outpost coming? That’s still largely dependent on player testing and feedback. The good news is that now that we have addressed the issues we were seeing on our internal servers we are in a much better position to open up for full player testing, so keep an eye on FB and the forums for PTS updates
    See you in the wasteland

    - Fri, 13 Jun 2014

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    May State of the Game!
    Hello Wastelanders!  It’s May and that means Decon members are on PTS working on some stability testing for the Outpost as well as working through come skills and mutation improvements – more on that in a bit, first let’s talk about The Outpost!
    The Outpost itself is a player- crafted town in the same category as Citadel, only much larger, with longer between attacks and much more dangerous attackers.  To get the most out of The Outpost players will want to continue to participate in Citadel while they keep an eye on protecting their interests to the South.
    In addition to the town itself, the area continues the faction storylines introduced in Alpha County and centers on GlobalTech and their involvement with some of the more malicious groups wandering the wastes.
    The rewards for completing the missions and World Events in the area include several new chopper and vehicle recipes, new armors schematics and some other goodies.  
    There are a lot of moving parts with The Outpost and with every new bit of content added stability is out number one concern.  It’s taken a while to get the Outpost even to PTS because of these concerns. We want you to have new content and new places to explore, but we need to ensure that when it goes live it won’t have a negative impact on the rest of the game. If you’re itching to see it the Decon team is always looking for good testers.
    We are all super excited to introduce the newest member of our team – please give a warm wasteland welcome to our newest developer – The Scapegoat!   Why the scapegoat?  Mostly because Goat is a systems developer, one of the more challenging roles. In the short time we’ve worked together on FE’s skills and Mutations  I’ve been impressed with his understanding of not only how all of FE’s systems interact with each other, but his grasp of the problems players are experiencing in the current system.   He’ll mostly be floating around on PTS testing and breaking things. 
    So what is he changing?  We will be posting patch notes for the PTS skills/mutations tweaks in the next day or so, but one of the main things we wanted to address is the current dependence on burst damage.  If you guys see him in game, feel free to say “HI” and drop some feedback on him!
    See you all on the PTS!

    - Fri, 09 May 2014

  • April State of the Game- Fallen Earth

    April State of the Game
    It's finally feeling like spring around here.  Birds are singing, flowers are blooming, the trees have coated everything in a fine yellow mist and the art department is hard at work on new armor suits, terrain for The Outpost and some new cosmetic gear for everyone.
    Let's talk about the armor first. We've been wanting to get some new styles of armor out there to give high end players a few more options. We are also looking toward future armor progression. Originally, the plan was to introduce Augmented Armor with the Outpost, and while we do want to eventually move in that direction, we plan to smooth out a few more balance points first. Augmented Armor is still coming, and these suits will be a step towards that eventually happening.  
    These new suits will be part of the new crafting recipes available once the Outpost itself is player controlled. Both the outpost buildings and the new suits will require some of the high level mats that have been floating around for some time now. 
    In addition to working on the Outpost, one of my main projects has been tweaking world node balance.  What this will look like is an increase in hand placed nodes that reflect the setting and environment better and fewer nodes scattered willy-nilly.  We will be completing this project in stages. Alpha County, Terminal Woods, Deadfall and the lower half of sector 1 are completed as of this writing. If you are interested in giving feedback, please hop on to the PTS where you can see some of the changes. 
    And speaking about PTS – this rather extensive node project and other ongoing tasks would not be possible without the help of the Decon team.  If you are interested in joining the Decon team check out this link for more information - http://forums.gamersfirst.com/topic/269170-wasteland-engineers-and-hazmat-volunteer-programs-are-currently-accepting-applications/
    I'd love to hang out and chat more but The Outpost is calling!
    See you in the Wasteland

    - Wed, 09 Apr 2014

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    March State of the Game:
    It’s been a hectic few months around the Fallen Earth offices , between the malicious traffic of January and the hardware improvements of February we’ve had our hands a bit full. However that doesn’t mean that we haven’t been moving forward with the Outpost  as well as working on some of our other priorities.
    So to give you some more information on what’s coming with the Outpost here is a behind the scenes look at the art from Wiggles and Ninjanomicory

    Wiggles and I have been working on The Outpost this month. It is going to be a player built town similar to Citadel, but larger and more robust. The buildings are larger than those found in Citadel, including two story buildings for the social and crafting facilities.  Since the plot for the area revolves around the Outsiders and GlobalTech we wanted to take advantage of those groups love of technology and give the buildings some high tech pieces as well as keeping the aged pre-fall feel.

    We’re currently in the process of finishing up the models for the buildings that players will be able to build and testing them internally.  In addition to these structures we are also working on new armor for The Outpost, but we’ll get more into those next month.
    So for the big question is – when is it coming? Now that we are able to focus 100% on The Outpost  we are looking to get a testable version on PTS in April with an eye on releasing in May.
    Our other priorities are fixing the issues we found with the Keep Turrets , continuing to shift the balance of node places from random to hand placed and working on improving mission rewards. 
    Next month we will start going more in depth with the new armor suits as well as giving more details on the plot and the mysteries behind The Outpost.
    See you in the wasteland

    - Mon, 10 Mar 2014


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    • toby
      February 8, 2013

      This game should seriously be given more credit. If your a fan of the Fallout series or the Mad Max movies this is the absolute ONLY MMO OUT THERE that encompasses all of those features. People can rag on the game all day, and say that its pay to win and such but this is literally the only game of its genre. And thats something special in itself in todays world of mmo’s,

    • jmec
      February 6, 2013

      A nice game to play! I really enjoyed playing Fallen Earth because of it’s setting. Graphics is good and the gameplay as well. A very thrilling game to experience.

    • Hazel
      September 25, 2012

      Fallen Earth is a cool FPS game set on the time where the end of the world is near. Lots of places to explore. The graphics tends to be somewhat linear in some areas though, and like any other FPS games, it got infested with cheats and bugs.

    • Phoebe
      July 29, 2012

      Fallen Earth could be fun for those who fancy post-apocalyptic MMORPG. Though I am not fond of that setting I did enjoy this game for quite some time. The graphics is kind of rough but there are many places to explore.

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