Firefall Previews - PC

Game Description:Firefall is a team-based action shooter that thrusts hundreds of players together into a lush, dynamic open world combining intense competitive multiplayer and large-scale cooperative gameplay. Firefall paints a beautifully devastating vision of Earth, 200 years in the future. The promise of a new clean energy source, Crystite, leads to the disastrous arrival of the Melding, a hostile energy storm that engulfs most of our home planet. Earth’s surviving humans must band together in the eye of the Melding storm to save our species. Unfortunately, a new danger emerges as a bloodthirsty race known as The Chosen threatens humanity’s survival. Players will protect the Earth through the use of high-tech battleframes, which can be customized extensively to unlock the power of Firefall’s class-based combat. Battleframes allow players to specialize in their favorite style of play, while giving them the flexibility to swap and trade their way to new configurations on-the-fly. Whether you enjoy supporting your team, aggressively assaulting an enemy position, or sneaking behind enemy lines, there is a battleframe for you. Firefall will feature a free-to-play model that allows players to experience every detail of the vibrant world without having to pay a penny. Updates to the game, dynamic world events, and other content will also be offered without a price tag, while a marketplace will allow fans to purchase optional enhancements.
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    Firefall PAX Prime 2012 Gameplay Preview

    Mark Kern, CEO at Red 5 Studios, didn't just explain what Firefall is, he shared details about new dynamic events including storm chasing and talked about the replay mode in Firefall. Learn more about Firefall in this gameplay preview video.

    Posted: Sep 6, 2012 | 1,897 Views | 03:50

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    Firefall Hands-on PAX 2012 Preview -- BioTech and eSports Tools Unveiled

    Red 5 unveiled some impressive new features for Firefall during PAX Prime 2012, including the new BioTech Battleframe and groundbreaking eSports toolset.

    Posted: Sep 5, 2012

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    Firefall PAX Prime 2011 Interview

    Red Five executive producer James Maculey gives us the latest details about the developer's ambitious and stylish MMORPGFPS Firefall from the PAX Prime 2011 show floor.

    Posted: Aug 31, 2011 | 03:58

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    Firefall Gameplay Preview


    Upcoming team-based shooter Firefall will be free to play, and Adam Sessler visited with Exec. Producer James Macauley for an early look at the classes and competitive mode leagues and tournaments in the online open world campaign.

    Posted: Mar 28, 2011 | 5,535 Views | 02:21

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    Firefall Hands-On Preview

    Firefall is an upcoming free squad-based shooter from Red 5 Studios. We got our hands on a multiplayer deathmatch demo for the first time at PAX East.

    Posted: Mar 11, 2011

  • Firefall PAX Prime 2012 Gameplay Preview

    Posted: September 6, 2012

    1,897 Views | 03:50

  • Firefall PAX Prime 2012 Gameplay Trailer

    Posted: September 5, 2012

    1,143 Views | 02:22

  • Firefall "eSports Toolkit" Trailer

    Posted: August 10, 2012

    180 Views | 04:04

  • Firefall "Intro Cinematic" Trailer

    Posted: April 17, 2012

    5,132 Views | 03:00

  • The Games of 2012 Epic Trailer

    Posted: January 26, 2012

    58,026 Views | 01:47


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