If you wanted to get your hands on FireFall but haven't been very lucky about landing yourself a spot in the closed beta, well your luck could be looking up because the game will because the game will be playable and open to all at the PAX East event.
The newest developer diary for FireFall covers the game's massive world and the exploratory nature of being able to scale any mountaintop or obstruction. What's more is that many of the areas designated for things like PvP can also be interacted with in PvE.
Talk about an ambitious open-world project...Red 5's CEO and CCO, Mark Kern, revealed that the game will start with 10 square miles of content to unlock, but eventually if players work together they can unlock an entire planet worth of content. Is that not insane or what?
Crytek's lead programmer who worked on Crysis 2 and the top-end, AAA game engine, CryEngine 3, is moving on in the world to newer and different companies, specifically Red 5 Studios. Ury Zhilinsky will be helping the new developer work on their top tier MMOs and it will be interesting to see how that all turns out.
In a slightly lengthy new developer diary, Red 5 Studios' lead class designer, David Williams, talks about restructuring the world around abilities, keeping medics from being overpowered and how the Dreadnaught doesn’t trump the role of the Assault class.
Red 5 Studios released a new trailer for the upcoming FireFall MMO third-person/first-person shooter. The trailer details the abilities, functions and specials that are at the disposal of the Dreadnaught build. If you enjoy obliterating any and everything in your path with a minigun, then the Dreadnaught is the way to go.
If open-world, first/third-person shooting mayhem is your cup of tea, then you'll probably be excited to know that the upcoming free-to-play, MMO, FireFall, from Red 5 Studios, will be playable at this year’s GamesCom and Pax.
Red 5 released a new trailer for FireFall at this year's ChinaJoy 2011 expo and I must say that the mix of in-game play and cinematic style combat easily gets this trailer a nomination for one of the coolest of the year.
Curious how the team deathmatch combat plays out in the new MMO from Red5 Studios? Well, a new gameplay trailer was released featuring a battle that takes place in a spacious sunken harbor, complete with campers, tankers and medics.
5th Cell enters the action game genre, Microsoft acquires a NUI development company and Champions Online heads into F2P territory.
Red 5 Studios, the designers of FireFall, announced that they have licensed Morpheme from NaturalMotion in order to provide gamers with high-end animations and character movements for the final product.
Duke Nukem Forever gets a release date along with the new MMO, FireFall. AMD dumps the ATI brand and Xbox Live gets a price hike.
From the minds that brought you World of Warcraft and Tribes, comes a free-to-play massive-multiplayer, team-based shooter called FireFall.