Fallen Earth Full PC Game
|Official Name||Fallen Earth|
|Developer (s)||Reloaded Productions|
|Publisher (s)||K2 Network|
|Platform (s)||Microsoft Windows, PC|
|Release date (s)||September 22, 2009|
|Genre (s)||Massively multiplayer online role playing|
Fallen Earth Full PC Game Overview
Fallen Earth Download Free Full Game is a free-to-play MMO developed by Reloaded Productions (formerly by North Carolina-based Icarus Studios and Fallen Earth). The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic wasteland located around the American Grand Canyon. Fallen Earth's gameplay features FPS/RPG hybridization, first-person/third person views, hundreds of items, including improvised equipment and weapons, a variety of functional vehicles, a real-time, in-depth crafting system (which includes vehicles), various skills and abilities, factions and tactical PvP, all existing within 1000 square kilometers of usable terrain based on real-world topographical maps of the area.
The game was released on September 22, 2009 with pre-orders from Direct2Drive, Steam and the official website granting early access from September 9, 2009.
On June 15, 2011, it was announced that GamersFirst had purchased the intellectual property of the game and that the game would be going «free to play.» On August 1, the transition was implemented.
On July 30, 2011 the Icarus accounts were merged with GamersFirst accounts, a process which had been scheduled for August 1. Players now log into the game using GamersFirst details rather than their old Icarus account details. At this point, the game was still subscription based; new GamersFirst players were automatically put into 14 day free trials. The game went «Free to Play» on 13 October 2011. Fallen Earth Free Download.
The Fallen Earth story begins in the 21st Century, when the first in a series of natural disasters hits the United States. As Americans struggle to recover, an investment tycoon named Brenhauer buys a controlling stake in a mega-corporation named GlobalTech. By 2051, he moves his headquarters to the Grand Canyon Province, where GlobalTech eventually creates a self-sufficient economic and military mini-state. Meanwhile, in India and Pakistan, the Shiva virus, named for the dance-like convulsions that it caused in its victims, appears among the human populace. As the infection starts to spread, countries accuse each other of engineering the virus. Political paranoia turns to open aggression and nuclear conflict. The nuclear conflict combined with the virus devastates the planet. Less than one percent of Earth's population survived the Fall, and the Hoover Dam Garrison and Grand Canyon Province are the only known outposts of human civilization.
Outside the protective confines of the Hoover Dam Garrison, the player will encounter ruins of the old world, genetically altered creatures, strange technology, and six warring factions. Some factions seek to rebuild the old world, others wish to build a new one in their own image, and some simply desire chaos and anarchy.
The game world of Fallen Earth is based on a real-world topographical map of the Grand Canyon. The world map covers more than 1000 square kilometres of usable terrain. The environment is zoneless and set in sectors which continue the story-arc of the game, and which can be advanced through at the player's own pace. Parts of the map will be unreachable at release, but will be gradually opened as more content is developed.
The game supports PhysX and Vivox, Inc.'s in-game voice communication technology.
Among its features are first-person and third-person views, a classless system, Player-versus-Player combat, mounted combat, crafting, a noise-based stealth system (while there is no invisibility skill, the stealth skill reduces noise) and a heavily moderated global help channel. As part of its development toward player-owned-houses, the construction skill introduced player-owned farms on 19 December, 2012. Farms can be set in «empty» areas of the game  and are not instanced.
Fallen Earth offers customizable features, including: clothing, facial features, skin tones, hairstyles and colors, age, body and facial hair, body art (tattoos and piercings), height, and makeup. Also after this process players can add points to their character to build strength and other skills.
Fallen Earth does not have a fixed class system. It utilizes skill-based character development with a strong emphasis on flexibility and player preference. The game features active skills—trade-skills as well as mutation-based skills—which can be increased through Advancement Points (APs) or skill usage. Advancement Points are earned alongside level experience, and aside from increasing skill points, can also be used to boost Attributes. Originally there was no opportunity to undo any selections the player made, as there was no «re-spec» system in place, so if the player made a mistake or decided they did not like their selections, they needed to start a completely new character.
However, there was a system that allowed players to select a general archetype (Medic, Melee, Rifleman, etc.) and the system would provide players with guidelines on how to mold their character to that type. This was not a rigid system: if a player selected one pre-made archetype, they could still train in any skill. This feature was removed after the game went free-to-play.
A re-spec system has been added. Players can buy items from certain Mutagen Merchants with in-game currency, which allows players to re-spec 5 AP (the maximum AP a character can accumulate is 1,960) per consumable. Players can also buy full re-spec items from the cash shop. Fallen Earth Free Download PC Game.
Combat in Fallen Earth is generally in a first-person shooter format. The camera can be moved to alternate between third and first person modes. Players will need to manually keep their targets in a targeting reticle to actually hit them in combat. Skills can be used to influence combat in different ways, but again, enemies must still be manually targeted. There is no «target locking» as in other MMOs.
There are three main methods of dealing damage in the game. These are broken down by a weapon's effective range. Rifles, pistols, and melee are the primary weapon types. Rifles specialize in long distance damage, but are capable of using some short distance weaponry. Pistols are considered the most balanced of the weapon types, able to do damage at medium to short range. Melee, with its short range, is for close-quarters combat. There are also mutations which can be considered as the «magic» of the game, but this is designed to augment a player's weapon, or provide support, not as a replacement for a weapon (many of the mutation skills are pre-set and activate with the next normal hit the player lands). Fallen Earth Download Torrent.
Furthermore, the balance between the three weapon types is facilitated in various ways. As an example, rifles come with a severe melee-defense debuff. This allows users of melee weapons to quickly dispatch a rifleman once they get up close.
Fallen Earth has thousands of items as well as equipment and accessories of varying strength for players to craft and equip in up to 22 separate equipment slots. Each piece of equipment varies in weight, and possesses different qualities. Heavier equipment, for example, will generally offer higher defense bonuses, but also increases noise while moving — making stealth more difficult.
Fallen Earth allows its players to carry as many as 6 active weapons which alter the character's appearance (visible to yourself but not other players.)(UPDATE: Player Weapons are visible to all) Screenshots, videos, and subsequent newsletters have revealed a small list of weapons to appear in Fallen Earth such as a baseball bat and rocket propelled grenades. (UPDATE: There is now a wide variety of Melee, Ballistic, and Psionic weaponry available- all can be developed and crafted by the player.)
Fallen Earth features a range of vehicles, from small, fast motorcycles with little carrying capacity to a heavy duty Tornado jeep-style vehicle with a large carrying capacity. Each of the available vehicles differs in speed, fuel type and efficiency, ability to scale different terrain, cargo and storage capacity, armor, weaponry and whether you can shoot handheld weapons from the mount. Characters can own up to 5 vehicles, which are acquired through research and crafting (up to 3 weeks non-stop in some cases).
Players start out neutral in Fallen Earth and can remain neutral or choose to align themselves with a particular faction. Aligning with a faction will give characters a head start in skills and equipment that the faction specializes in (e.g. they will have easier access to learning certain skills). There are also a number of NPC factions that players can build alignment with. Helping or disrupting factions will affect the player's relationships with them. Killing faction members can also influence your faction alignment.
The alignments of the 6 main factions can be arranged into a «wheel». Each faction has 2 allies, 2 enemy and 1 arch-enemy faction, with the arch-enemy being the faction on the opposite side of the wheel.
Primary factions also have a number of sub-groups that hold to various motives and differences in ideology. While some of these sub-factions are known, many are secretive and will only reveal their existence to those they trust. Characters can become members of a sub-faction and gain special titles, abilities and equipment. Some sub-factions are mutually exclusive, but not all are.
Factions are: Tech, Traveler, Children of the Apocalypse, Vista, Light bearers, and Enforcers. Fallen Earth for PC.
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