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November 26

Fallen Earth is back in service

After many long hours, monster drinks, coffee IV's and pizza, we are happy to say that Fallen Earth is now back in service with the new rollback state. Thank you all again for your patience and understanding. Happy Thanksgiving to those that celebrate.

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September 30

Promotional Code for Commander Premium!

Hello Clones,

We have a promotional code for 7 days Commander Premium available until October 7th, 2014.


To redeem the code:

1. Navigate to
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3. Click on redeem code at the top right
4. Enter in WELCOMECLONES and click redeem code.

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305 of 348 people (88%) found this review helpful
9.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
For those of you looking for a fallout-ish experience, you won’t find it here
For the very few people who actually read this review, I’m going to start off with everything bad that it does.
1) The community feels as dead as all the enemies I had to kill to complete one objective
2) The game does nothing new, it’s like having a kit named “build your own post apocalypse survival game” written in pen on a bit of tape, to which the tape is stuck on a pseudo G.E.C.K device.

The purpose of a game like this is to do what similar games of its genre did and build on those ideas and make them better. Not fabricate what already exists and slap a “done” sticker on the front.

3) There is very little explanation about how skills, items and game mechanics work, only basic key mapping like moving, turning and combat.
4) The story is fairly mild at best
5) Melee combat is dull
6) Quests have a tendency to “bug out” or have confusing objectives, one situation was where I needed to go to a point on the map, let an NPC follow me and walk back to the start point. Apart from I failed the quest somehow on the first try, the game never explained how or why.

When I went back there the NPC that was meant to follow me no longer appears, and as such I have no idea how to complete the quest.
Other situations like questing disappearing from my menu also happen frequently, meaning quests I was halfway through needed to be picked up again from a guy quite literally 3 miles away and completed in one go.

7) Menus are very clunky, from the start I was bombarded by a bunch of skills I didn’t know (and still don’t know) the effects or uses of.
8) The crafting system does nothing new
9) How skills work is never explained, you have to figure it out via tooltips.
10) For me this game took over 50 minutes to download, unpack and patch before I could play.
11) I have no idea how they got the screenshots on the store page, I push everything to max and it still looks like something a commodore 64 would play.

So what is good about it?
Well for a start it is actually very well made. The skills menu and the depth of control you have is refreshing. You don’t get your hand held and from the start you can wander in any direction you please.
Speaking of wandering, the map is a very good and from my current playtime I could guess that if you wanted to skirt the edge like a racetrack it would take you several hours to do so on horseback or via a vehicle, it has many interesting points and few “blank” spots. Yet the map still does not feel crowded...

If you are a nerd like me you will probably understand the skills system quickly, it’s very D&D style with character sheets and raising skills that all affect your other skills. The mechanics are probably what holds this game up.
Dialogue feels forced but it’s fairly frequent, not every line is voiced but there are greetings you get from time to time. What makes it better is the lack of hand holding and the freedom you are given.

I know I have scorned games that have committed fewer crimes than this one, but I honestly see it getting better later on. I’ll probably keep playing for another 30 hours, I doubt much more than that.
It’s kept me busy for almost 10 hours, it’s very consuming once you get immersed.

If I had to give a score it would probably be 6/10
It has lots of bad points but for me mechanics outweigh graphics, voice acting and story
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133 of 164 people (81%) found this review helpful
501.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 8
The game itself is pretty cool. Full of bugs though, lost items, constant connection issues, etc. However that said, The player base is abou 85% rude. The GM's are a joke, Don't help anyone with a damn thing. Rude, throw bans around like the drunk girl on prom night. Spend close to $50 within the first month and a half, banned after my premium ended. Contacted support to find out why I was "suspended" about 3-4 times. No response. Been 4 days. Overall. Their PR sucks, Their Staff Sucks, Their playerbase is full of trolls that suck the fun out of the game. 3/10
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17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
All this game has going for it is its setting. Everything else is quite barebones. The survivor settlements aren't interesting, the combat engine is boring mmo combat that tries to hide in FPS combat's trousers, the missions are mostly fetch quests and now it also has a bunch of free to play micro-transactions that really don't make it any better. I was really excited for this when it got announced, I wanted a true post-apocalyptic MMO, sadly, this is just not it.
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460 of 809 people (57%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 8
I know 99.9 percent won't read this but i am a 5 year old and I play minecraft I wank furiously and snort massive amounts of cocaine when I'm home alone 

Steam user "TheFancySauce" pointed out to me that I neglected to mention Bono.

10:30 pm – Bono doesn't like to close his own eyes so he hired two former blood diamond miners to rest their hands over his open eyes until he falls asleep. He weeps the entire time.
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26 of 37 people (70%) found this review helpful
12.3 hrs on record
Posted: November 2
The updater is beyond broken so good luck even trying to update. or even play.
This should be removed from steam since it's dead and broken beyond repair.
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105 of 182 people (58%) found this review helpful
10.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 8
waiting simulater 2015. still havent played it. 11/10
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13 of 16 people (81%) found this review helpful
5.1 hrs on record
Posted: November 14
Not worth the install in my opinion. When you look at this you think "COOL! AN MMORPG JUST LIKE FALLOUT!" What you get:
Hard to follow missions with rude players who are really into it just to troll the ***k out of you continuously until you either quit playing or get good enough to beat them to death in return.
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15 of 21 people (71%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
Posted: November 9
Honestly, if you're looking for a MMORPG game, you MIGHT like this game if you are already used to the controls. But they seem kind of weird to me and quite annoying, and it causes me to need to change them all which I dislike. In the end the game seemed alright from the tutorial, but I gave up pretty quickly. You can check the game out if you want but I didn't like it therefore I don't recommend the game to those of you that are like me.
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16 of 23 people (70%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 11
In my opinion this game is not worth anyone's time, and here is why:
1. Launcher downloads and installs 200Mb worth of updates for ages.
2. A lot of EULAs which activate every time I launch the game.
3. ♥♥♥♥ graphics and animations. I know the game is old, but for ♥♥♥♥s sake refresh it from time to time. If modders can do it, so can you.
4. Character customization unacceptable. Not enough options to choose from, and existing ones are fugly.
5. Controls are ♥♥♥♥. Movement is jerky, its god damn hard to access stuff around you. there are two screen modes where one is basically there for no reason. Everything could be and was intergrated into a single mode and nobody should have to ♥♥♥♥ing switch it. UI layouts are kind of neat, but god damn hard to access with those camera and mouse modes. Designer should quit alcohol.
6. Can't block in melee, gun recoil is ♥♥♥♥, shooting sounds and effects are ♥♥♥♥.
7. Right after the tutorial game glitched and caused me to fall perpetually. Had to close it by ending Processes in Task Manager.

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6 of 6 people (100%) found this review helpful
594.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
Such a great potential, but sadly, wasted

Well... I've spend some time in this game like two years ago, was focusing on pvp when more and more p2w and overall pvp performance annoyed and bored me enough to quit. Some ideas in this game are awesome, but increasing amount of things to buy and how they are being introduced to players kinda sucks. I understand game needs to earn for itself to be maintained and feed developer's families but well... it's sad, because in my opinion potential for something great and unique became wasted.

I loved crafting, yet amount of time and specific materials required to craft late game stuff gets insane. Of course you can help your self with $.

I loved free roaming and gathering stuff, but it doesn't feel like wasteland if just outside town you can find areas filled with stuff to gather.

Ways to customize your character (visually) are nice.

Skills system and ways how you can develop your character is interesting.

PvE is boring and just bad. For a fps-like game AI is terrible.

Community was nice (when i played).

And finally, PvP. The idea to make most resource rich areas pvp-free areas is great. Too bad it's faction-limited (you can change your faction). But the mechanics for fighting were terrible, really. Jumpy characters, people lagging on purpose, just meh. It took out the beauty i loved after some time. Dunno if they ever fixed the netcode and pvp mechanics.

The Summary
I can't recommend, neither don't recommend this game. Best see for yourself, however be warned: Falling in love after first looks might disappoint a lot later on. If you'll get hooked, mind amount of time spent on this title.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
556.5 hrs on record
Posted: November 23
Over all a pretty good game , but FE has it's share of issues as I'll discuss below.

Story: There isn't one. There is a bare bones backstory to the different factions, what they're about, and what they offer....but that's about it. There's also general story lines in each settlement along with a ton of sidequests, but they do little to establish any kind of narrative.

Gameplay: FE works like a 3rd person shooter combined with WoW. You have to aim your own weapons (more on this in the PVP section) and there are a number of abilities you can activate during combat to give yourself an edge. This part of the game is done pretty well, combat is intuitive and if you pay attention to the tutorial, fairly easy to pick up.

The crafting system in this game is fantastic, almost every material needed to craft everything you could ever want can be salvaged from the world, harvested at player created farms, collected by player made harvesters in PVP zones, or purchaced off the Auction House.

Graphics: This wasn't that big of a deal to me since I don't get hung up on graphics much, but this game was developed in 2009 and the graphics look pretty dated.

Player population: I don't get alot of the complaints about this as at no point were any of the sector hubs empty. As a crafter I had no trouble making money off the Auction House as there were plenty of buyers for most of my products (once I figured out how to price them properly). You probably won't be tripping over other players when you're out in the middle of nowhere on missions, but is that a bad thing?

F2p or pay to win? FE is good about this aspect as well. There is a cash shop where you can buy boosts to things like experience and faction point award rates; but there's no explicit thing you can buy in the cash store that will give you any advantage against an equally skilled and leveled player whom has never bought anything from the cash shop. The items you pay real money for are largely cosmetic or purely for convinence.

PVP: This is by far the most mixed aspect of Fallen Earth. FE does reward pvp kills against different factions with a pvp currency, but in a move I haven't seen in any other MMO (except EVE), FE adds a reason to fight in PVP zones other than pvp currency, Harvesters. Harvesters are player created structures that generate crafting resources that hard to impossible to find outside PVP zones, and as you can guess can only be placed in PVP zones. When all goes well PVP is fun & rewarding, regardless if your faction holds the conflict town at the end of the day.

So what's wrong you ask? First off you're not likely to get a real taste of PVP untill you're close to level cap, granted if you hang around the level 20-45 conflict towns you might bump into an enemy faction; but if you do it's likely to be a clan blob of 5-10 people leveling their alts & steamrolling anyone in their path. The reason the lower level zones are so empty? The level debuff, which cripples anyone above a given conflict town's level range. The idea isn't a bad one: to keep tweaked out lvl 55s from curb stomping fledgling pvp players. But instead of bringing them on the level of people supposed to be in that zone it effectively renders the higher level player helpless; as a result nobody goes near conflict zones if there's even a chance they'll get hit with the level debuff.

But the absolute worst part is the proliferation of hackers (aimbotters and the like) in pvp. G1 does a pretty inconsistent job of keeping hackers in check; every once in a while they do a purge of hackers and PVP becomes fun again, but they always seem to come back. 90% percent of the challenge in pvp is consistently hitting your opponent, preferably with headshots which do considerably more damage, getting good at hitting and avoiding being hit is the core of PVP. So you can see how the fun gets quickly sucked out of this critical part of the game when you have ENTIRE CLANS able to sweep whole PVP zones simply by activating a 3rd party hack and racking up 100% accuracy while their opponents have no recourse what so ever. The fact G1 has been unable or unwilling to find a long term solution to this problem is by far FE's biggest problem.

Summary: Fallen Earth is f2p game that isn't pay to win; that alone makes it worth a try. But digging deeper this game has plenty to offer in terms of PVE, crafting, and (if the hacker population is culled at the time) end game PVP. It's really up to what you value in an MMO if FE is worth your time; it certianly is for me despite it's faults.
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
275.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
Game was probably worth playing when it wasn't free.
This isn't STALKER or Fallout (not 3).
The world is empty.
The players are scattered too far apart.
Crafting is okay. Making vehicle parts and selling them was my best experience in the game.
Explore as much as you want, you'll see nothing but bland enemy mobs and clustered harvest nodes. I expected nuclear wastelands to have abandoned buildings waiting to be explored. All buildings were the same: no loot, only mobs in some.
PVP is meh.
PVE is meh.

A few years ago free players had three crafting queues. Now they reduced it to one.
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10 of 17 people (59%) found this review helpful
6.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 1
The Trailer video is a lie. The graphics sucks.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
168.2 hrs on record
Posted: November 25
Fallen Earth isn't the most polished game out there, but being a F2P my expectations weren't high. Yeah, the interface and AI are pretty clunky and without buying premium you're limited to certain items, levels, etc...

Despite these cons, Fallen Earth is surprisingly fun and immersive. The ability to do basically whatever you want, be it quest, scavenge, grind, or fight other players in PvP, is what makes Fallen Earth so addicting. No matter your level there is always something to do or something new to discover. Heck, even though I have 150+ hours into this game I'm still questing in the first sector and I'm barely past Level 19. This shows how much there is to do.

Overall, I would recommend this game to someone who is patient enough to get used to the clunky UI and look past the cons of this game. It's not your typical shooter plug-n-play types, and that's what I love about this game.

9/10, -1 for cons mentioned above
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
Played for about an hour I think, it sucked...
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
3.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
Its like Dayz and fallout but ♥♥♥♥ing worse its graphics look like a fat guy puked its story makes no sences and u will not even understand what to do in this stupid piece of crap for a game and i recommed not to try this usless game!
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
5.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 30
The story honestly bores me, so I decided lets do what I do in fallout, and explore, no, just no, desert, desert, desert, cactus, big scorpion you insta-kill, three hours later, and what am I looking at? More desert and killing a insta-dead scorpion, but in the distance I see a bandit, and next to him is a scorpion, apparently they're bros...
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 3
If you were like me and were really itching to play Fallout but didn't have enough money at the time of dowloading it. Don't be decieved, this game is nothing like Fallout.

The first 3 hours of this were spent simply installing crap onto my computer for the game and I really wish I could go back in time and undo all of that because I'm never going to play this thing again. After that I had to create an account on the company's website just to be able to play.

The whole game also feels like its going "It's not Fallout, its my own original game Fallen Earth!" For Christ's sake, you even start in an underground lab like area.

Not recommended. Go play Fallout or even RAGE.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
2.0 hrs on record
Posted: November 5
I tried my hardest to get into the game but I just coudln't. I found nothing to do that was interesting in the slightest, I would love to give this game some more time but it's just a pain to play.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Posted: November 5
Pros: The idea seemed cool. Poorly executed though.

Clunky Controls,
C**p gameplay,
Pay 2 Win,
12 year old staff members with the ability to Powerflex when they choose to, and the list goes on.

Took me a few hours to download it, took me 5 minutes for Eric Cartman the moderator to find me and start talking smack and ban me because I refused to respect his authority despite him just being a massive do**he nozzle towards new players. Wasted so much bandwidth trying to play this s**t game. Would not recommend even p**sing in this games direction.
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