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It’s 2156, and the world has been destroyed by both nuclear and bio-chemical means. Your story takes place in one of the few habitable places left in the world, the Grand Canyon. As a clone with an uncertain past, your job is survival in a world now built on destruction, betrayal and fragile factional alliances.
Release Date: Oct 12, 2011

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This 4th of July celebrate America in the Wasteland!

July 3rd, 2014

This 4th of July celebrate America in the Wasteland! We’ve just released our summer combat improvement patch . Not up on the details? Check out the patch notes here – http://www.gamersfirst.com/fallenearth/?q=Patch2.7

Looking for a way to celebrate in style? Check out our new cosmetic armors. Introducing the Cobra Jacket, Pants and Boots as well as three new cosmetic heavy armor suits for the Ace collection




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About the Game

It’s 2156, and the world has been destroyed by both nuclear and bio-chemical means. Your story takes place in one of the few habitable places left in the world, the Grand Canyon. As a clone with an uncertain past, your job is survival in a world now built on destruction, betrayal and fragile factional alliances.

Explore, harvest and stake your claim to over 1,000 square kilometers of harsh and mysterious terrain. The classless advancement and non-linear gameplay allows you to play the character you want. Join a random dynamic events to capture resources and invade towns, capture and hold a Progress Town, fight through instances, take part in the rich faction backstory, or make a living by selling what you scavenge and craft on the auction house. Fallen Earth gives you the freedom to do exactly as you want. The world may be a shadow of its former self, but there’s no limit to what’s possible for you to accomplish.

Key features:

  • Scavenge, harvest and craft just about anything you can think of. Over 95% of the in-game items are player crafted.
  • The hybrid real-time combat system gives you the perfect blend of first-person combat and role-playing
  • Pledge allegiance to one of six factions and take part in the rich backstory that defines the world of Fallen Earth
  • Completely classless, play the way you want to
  • Over 1,000 square kilometers to explore
  • Dynamically occurring events, including invasions and resource cache discoveries mean that there is always something happening

System Requirements

    Minimum:

    • OS: XP SP3, Vista SP1, Windows 7
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 1.8 GHz or Athlon 64X2 2.4 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB for XP, 3 GB for Vista, 2 GB for Windows 7
    • Hard Disk Space: 10 GB
    • Video Card: nVidia GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon X1300
    • DirectX®: 9.0c (XP), 10 (Vista)
Helpful customer reviews
278 of 316 people (88%) found this review helpful
55 products in account
2 reviews
10,944.1 hrs on record
Given my extensive play time I figured it's about time I leave a review for this game. I'd like to start off with this game is not P2W (Pay to Win). PvE/Missions can be pretty fun given you're teamed with the right people - but generally the rewards are awful. The crafting system is pretty neat but has a few flaws (some recipes are odd given their level as well as some new endgame gear rendering some materials and gears utterly useless). PvP is pretty fun but it's not what it once was so you'll see a lot of people reminiscence about the old days. The community is probably the biggest killer for this game, most of which just whine about anything and everything. If you're looking for a post apocalypse game to play casually, then Fallen Earth may be it. The first few levels can be boring though but if you can bear through that then you're in for a good time, I think.
Posted: March 12th, 2014
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136 of 167 people (81%) found this review helpful
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11 reviews
99.6 hrs on record
Can scavenge entire car into backpack. 10/10
Posted: June 19th, 2014
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55 of 65 people (85%) found this review helpful
85 products in account
4 reviews
865.5 hrs on record
I'm recommending this, but not.

But why, you may ask? You have so much time in it, surely it's got something going for it?

It does. Thing is, the game is pretty much an excersize in unrealized potential. The environments look samey, until you go out of your way and find lovingly crafted areas people will never bother with.

The combat is clunky, if functional, and regularly gets screwed with by poor skill and item balancing.

The setting is actually surprisingly good, and there actually is an underlying story that you can play through at your own pace that is, shock and awe, actually pretty genuinely interesting, especially for your average scifi buff.

Noticing a theme? There are some wonderful ideas, but for whatever reason, they just never quite pushed them far enough. The game is sandbox-y enough to be impressively wide open, but they didn't quite cut away from MMO Theme Park syndrome.

The crafting system is amazingly wide, allowing you to make damn near everything in the game just from things you can get yourself, except for the necessary endgame things that require asinine boss grinding or broken pvp point grind.

Honestly it's getting depressing to talk about. It's one of those things that could have been flat out amazing, and for whatever reason, it just falls short. Still, it's the only modern MMO I've been able to stomach for any length of time, so there's that.
Posted: March 16th, 2014
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31 of 36 people (86%) found this review helpful
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10 reviews
816.1 hrs on record
IMHO, this is one of the best and underrated MMOs I've player on my entire gaming life (20 years of gaming so far).
Why, you might ask me? I'll tell ya.

STORY:
The background story is amazing and it mixes Fallout series, Mad Max movies and also A Boy and His Dog references (if you ever saw this movie, you, sir, consider yourself lucky). The game has an unique atmosphere aswell. Not only a futurist set, but a post-apocalyptic one, finely made.

MAP:
The map is HUGE, I mean, HUGE (already tell ya that ♥♥♥♥ is huge?!). You could spent like 8-10 hours to cross the sectors on foot, if you make it alive.

CRAFTING:
Forget everything else about other's game crafting. This is THE ♥♥♥♥.

You can craft your own vehicles or train your own animals! Ride a mutant chicken or a horse (you can have many, many different kind of horses) or go in a bad ♥♥♥ mode on a bike.
You can craft almost everything, even tents, campsites and stuff like that to get temporary area buffs.
Craft armors, firearms, melee weapon, explosives, medicine, steroids, recipes, foods, drinks, mutagenics... the list is so big that probably I'd spend all the reviews talking about it.

Also, you need to craft ammunition for your weapons and gas, diesel or biodiesel for your vehicles, besides ration for your animals and repair kits for heal equipment damage from fights.

After all, even if it bothers some people, I must say that I LOVE the time required to crafting. Everything you make by crafting need proper time to get done, from just a few secs to hours or even weeks. A single tire for a car requires 8-12 hours.

COMBAT:
It's a partial FPS where you need to land your blows and aim to shot manually. No auto-target, which is great for PvP. Headshots cause a lot of extra fatal damage, rewarding you for your skill player.

The game have a lot of customization, meaning your character can max various skills to fulfill different roles on a party or even solo. You could be a mutant DPS or a healer, a gunslinger, a rifleman, sniper, fight with a big axe, two tires, be a sneaking rogue, a buffer/debuffer leader or pretty much anything.

PVP:
Awesome.
The game is partial-PvP. I mean, it's not a full PvP map, but, instead, we have PvP zones. On these zones, players need to fight over rare resources like petroleum! People can build settlements and siege-like stuff aswell.

The game has 6 factions which the player can join. Each one has it's owns charateristics, RP-related and PvP gear. These factions are at war/alliance relationships with each other.

The game also have a lot of player's guilds and alliances and people Pvping over resource nodes and PvP zones.

MORE PROS (MORE AWESOME IN YOUR AWESOMENESS):
- Not just more of the same. It really brings something NEW and FRESH to MMO players looking for something special.
- F2P (doesn't matter to me, but it's nice to try for free if you're not sure about it).
- Buy, craft and dye clothes and use them over your regular armor on cosmetic slots. You can even paint and customize your car, bike, etc.
- Active, nice and helpful GMs; 24/7 on chat.
- A LOT OF DANCE MOVES, including MJ and the awesome Carlton Banks dance (Alfonso to his close friends).
- A LOT of creative skills that you don't see everyday.
- Welcoming and active community (don't let the Steam numbers fool you, cause the most people playing it are using the non-Steam client).
- Deep and beautiful scenarios.
- Scary voiceover (turn it off, man).
- You have a flashlight.
- Immersion feel on every step you take.
- Level up takes a long long time, giving you some sense of importance in the world.
- Awesome PvP.
- You can fight while riding or driving! Man, EVERY SINGLE MMO should have this. Drive fast while unloading a submachinegun clip on a pursuit, why not? Not a Fast & Furious type? You can do the cowboy Texas style aswell and shoot you Colt Anaconda on the horseback.
- You can have a dog! (anyone remember Dogmeat from Fallout 2?)
- Different paces of walking/driving/riding. You can walk, jog or run and drive/ride at speed as you like. Not so fast, no so slow, the way you want.

CONS:
- One thing I dislike in this game is it's name. Should be called Awesome Earth.
- Performance issues on some PCs.
- "Dated" graphics (I've player UO for 11 years, ask me if I give a dame for graphics?!)
- "Hardcore", even not having a full loot system like Darkfall, Ultima Online and Mortal Online (love them all). What makes this game "hardcore" for some users is the fact that you need build and plan your character very carefully or it could be useless or disapointing at some point.
- Unfriendly interface and learning curve.
Posted: June 23rd, 2014
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33 of 48 people (69%) found this review helpful
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32 reviews
10.6 hrs on record
how can a planet fall
Posted: March 8th, 2014
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471 of 527 people (89%) found this review helpful
32 products in account
2 reviews
1,206.7 hrs on record
If you like Fallout and STALKER, then this game is for you, this game is mostly based in gameplay not graphical, but still has STALKER graphics, decent, it has First person, 3rd Person. Its similiar to Fallout, find missions, Find weapons and armor, but this game has a pretty dynamic view of recipe creations, incredible Gamemasters, which help prevent spammers from annoying you or harrassing you In-game. Although help is limited unless you buy at least one Store item, which isnt a bad thing, Its Free2Play why complain, if you plan on keep playing than buy something from the Marketplace to unlock You're Certain limits In-game. When creating Recipes, some take minutes while some take hours to days. So this game isnt for the faint of heart, if you can't read and follow through quickly and comprehend well, then this game is not for you.

Certain Armor and Gear, are only available through PVP, which is recommended with Teams. This game has well endored people playing so its best to keep you're Manners at hand, you tick one person off and you're name is pretty much Kill on sight, game is comprehensive when it comes to recipes, FE is hard to play through without recipes, but isnt impossible since it has a similiar concept as Amazon sellers or Ebay Auctions, since this game has its Own Auction House, mail box which you can send and recieve mail just as real life with packaging.

If you follow through the beginning Tutorial you will recieve free gear and a Vehicle. Easiest ways to make Chips as in cash, is to collect and farm and Auction off items, but keep an amount of items for yourself.
The game is quite simple when it comes to making a clan or joining a clan, you also get a Help channel with Region and local, But Global Chats are unlocked with a single item bought from the Marketplace.

The Devs, do their best at updating but at times can be slow, just like most any other games, the current level from this review is lvl55, since they take their sweet time when updating higher lvls.

If you plan on playing this game keep in mind, DON'T rush the game, take you're time, customize you're controls, set you're Window Panels in-game best to you're level. Don't forget you get basic Training abilities with Mutations that disapear at a certain level. Max chip limits are all 9 chips in every chip collor for now. Don't Skip levels, if you play all missions you'll have more than enough chips to buy whatever suits you. I dont recommend Power-Leveling unless you already played all the missions on another Alternative Character AKA Alt. Its best to stay within the lines of all Factions until you know which Faction is best for you.

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Update 1/13/14

Auction House: Used to sell whatever Items that are tradable, though most people I have noticed that are new to this game even older members tend to get two things confused at times, first.
Remember that theres differences between Not Tradable and Not sellable. Not tradable means exactly what it means, you can't trade it with other members of the game like yourself, and Cannot be sold, means you can't sell that item to the Merchants in-game. This doesnt mean you can't place this in the AH unless it states its both Not Tradable and can't be sold. If it just says cant be sold, you can trade the item with players but cant sell it to the merchants. if the item says it cant be traded but doesnt say it cant be sold, that means you cant trade with Players but you can sell it to Mercs. If both are displayed, best th8ing to do is either two things, stash it somewhere or right click the item to delete or Scrap it for parts, if given that Option.

Most players have a hard time figuring out where best to scavenge loot, whether its for crafting or selling. Try looking in the outskirts of Embry, Oilvile, Pass Chris and other towns, Oilvile contains alot of Copper and Lead deposits for example.

Waypoints.
Waypoints is VERY important in this game if you have a hard time keeping track of where your favorite spots are, rather its for looting and killing. To use Waypoints go to your Menu and locate the name Waypoints click it to open another window you can create a Waypoint or Add another. To create your own you can locate your Radar and click the globe icon to bring up your strategic map, from there, you can uncheckmark the Overhead to view detailed Information of where your at, and you can right click where ur Marker is at to add a waypoint, you can edit name to easily find it in your Waypoints Manager Window.

Copy recipe Links or AH links to Chat Windows

If you are near a AH or chatting in a Chat Bar, you can link recipes by going to Menu locating your Recipes and find the desired recipe and look at the bottom of your recipe, you will see an icon that looks like Shuffled cards, next to that icon is a chat bubble you click that to add it to any Recently Active Chat windows, then Enter it to show Full recipe to someone, But NEVER shout out recipes in the HELP section, since this will get you muted or possibly banned from Help for Spamming in the Help channel. Just like Adding Recipes you can also just directly link the Item itself rather the full recipe which is useful in the Auction Channel so you dont spam and make anyone mad. To do so, locate any recipe, find the actual item you want to craft, look at the Icon of the Item point your cursor to the thumbnail of it and you will see a Red pin like picture in the picture of it, you will then notice it will show a detail information of it, when it does that, hold down your Ctrl Button down on your keyboard and click your left click on your mouse to see it directly link to your active Chat Window. Works great for asking in the Auction Channel when saying WTB or Wanting/Willing To Sell

Update: 7/17/2014

Some have been using the word Pay2win and thinking that just because you clear an area of enemies they respawn too quickly that it needs improvement, truth be told, yes the game does need improvement... but Name one game you played that doesnt need it. People that use the word Pay2win, you dont pay2win in this game, if you are refering to using In-Game Chips that are free in the game then its not Pay2win, its Working2win, you have to work to get money within the game to buy/make weapons etc. sure you can use the AH to buy weapons, but you arent using RL money to do so, unless you are paying RL money for Chips which isnt legal within the game, and yes the Marketplace have decent items that you can buy to trade off for chips within the game if you choose so, but you dont need Chips, you need Intellegence and good manners. Befriend the right people within the clans and you will always most likly get free help or get free items just for being Pendant and friendly. Karma goes a long ways. Now as far as Enemies appearing too quickly after death, think of this as the Prison in Kingman in Sector 1, its designed this way to give you more of an edge, which opens up the ability of having to rely on Friends/Team Work. Social Skills at best. If you are a loney, best advise check your build make a good power build for Solo Missions. Skip Hard missions for a low end Toon and go back later and beat that mission when your Character is stronger in the level.

Best of luck and happy playing.

This game is worth playing at least once
Posted: November 25th, 2013
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