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.
User reviews: Mixed (2,915 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 12, 2011

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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
2. Select Fallen Earth and your character
3. Click on redeem code at the top right
4. Enter in WELCOMECLONES and click redeem code.

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July 3

This 4th of July celebrate America in the Wasteland!

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 –

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 This 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


    • 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)
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642 of 714 people (90%) found this review helpful
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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

- 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.

- 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 23
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877 of 1,232 people (71%) found this review helpful
99.6 hrs on record
Can scavenge entire car into backpack. 10/10
Posted: June 19
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131 of 180 people (73%) found this review helpful
568.9 hrs on record
im playing Fallen Earth since it went Free2Play, and i must say you wont like this game if you cant deal with the fact that there no dragons and elves here !
Fallen Earth is an MMOFPS that may look boring at first, but as soon as you get into it you will love it more and more.
im currently level 55, and Fallen Earth is not the game that will be boring after reaching this level, the way to level 55 ( the level cap ) is long and can be sometimes even boring, but you will feel very satisfied.
The are factions in the game, which you have to choose one, depends on your playstyle.
you can help your faction in PVP which really fun aswell ! really balanced and fun PVP !
you can't go wrong with this game, no Pay2Win here ! of course you have a marketplace that you can buy stuff from it, but its clothing, vehicles, pets, and buffs.
if you dont want to spend real life money you dont have to ! every month you getting reward points that you can buy all these stuff and even more ! the game is Play2Win, the more you play the better you get !
My score : 10/10
Posted: June 21
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65 of 85 people (76%) found this review helpful
136.7 hrs on record
This game is one of the best F2P games I have ever played, and the biggest F2P game I have ever played.

+The game world is huge. It spans over sectors and the overall map is bigger then triple A titles such as GTA V and Just Cause 2.

+Character customisation. When you start the game you have the ability to change the appearance of your character, and during the game you can equip things that can add benefits and features, like dusters or combat suits.

+Clans and teams. In game there is a team system that people can join into so that you can complete a mission together, and some missions require that. The team system also allows voice chat. There is also a clan system that works like normal, and the clan has a special "clan vault" that they can use.

+Mega server. All players are on one server, but it works due to the map size.

+Vehicles. The game has various mounts, such as horses and even giant mutated chickens, along with motorbikes, ATVs, dune buggys, and more.

-Microtransactions. Since this is a free to play game, it is a given. You can buy almost any item in the game on their store. But I do not mind doing this from time to time, as I enjoy the game to the point that I want to support it.

-Graphics. They aren't very good. Good news for people on lower end PCs like me, but for somebody running a machine that costs as much as a small family vehicle, not so much.

-Voice acting. Barely any of it... at all. It is really BAD, it just isn't common.

-Buggy. Some bugs will occur in the game, but there is usually a fix. Usually.

TL;DR: This game is a pretty fun first person post apocalyptic online RPG. Possibly the only one of its kind. If you liked Fallout, you should try it out. If you hated Fallout, you. I reccomand this game for anyone, really.
Posted: May 10
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219 of 367 people (60%) found this review helpful
55.7 hrs on record
Fallen Earth is an MMORPG that doesn't have a lot to offer in terms of combat, environments, mounts and interesting gear.

NOTE: My character is only level 17 after the time that I've played. This review is based on my 56 hours total that I've played.

Instead of doing the select and launch all nukes at highlighted targets you instead have an aiming system for the combat.
This feels fresh at first as it hasn't been done an awful lot in MMORPGs to my knowledge, but the aiming isnt executed very well and doesn't go well together in combination with the rest of the combat.
It feels out of place that you cant really dodge attacks in a system like this where moving and fighting can be done. Your enemies attacks can't miss you, but your attacks can miss them easily.

There's three forms of combat weapons. You can use melee, pistols or rifles/shotguns. To be fair only melee and rifles are the most useful as pistols are in an awkward spot between melee and rifles. Theyre more efficient at close range since you can dual wield, but leave you vulnerable to groups of enemies. A melee type character as far as I'm aware of is usually build for that kindof combat and the rifles give you a safe way to play the game and pick off targets from a distance.

The world and transport:
The game's world is big, but empty. It has no interesting places to show off and the graphics aren't very pleasing either. I understand that this is supposed to be a post-apocalyptic setting but that doesn't mean everything in existance should not be very pleasing to the eye. The environments are already bland, empty and occasionally filled with resources and enemy mobs.

The game offers you a two means of transport. You can either go on foot or use a mount. The mounts exist out of horses, quadbikes, motorcycles and cars. Mounts use their respective forms of fuel in order to travel. This makes it more attractive to take mounts that are more fuel efficient over any other mount that you'd actually prefer to use. Having to pay attention to how much "fuel" you have left and

The majority of quests, if not all of them, are fetch quests or 'kill x amount of y'. Nothing interesting.

There isn't really a story except that you are a clone and thats very special and there are a lot of factions who dislike eachother. The factions don't do much else as far as I'm aware. You can gain reputation with them but wether this will have some impact on the game isn't very clear. Also there isn't really a story line to follow as far as I'm aware.

The dances are probably the only reason why some of my friends and I sticked to this game after the awful introduction. I wouldn't have played this on my own, now I think of it.

Unsatisfying combat, bland environments, lack of interesting gear/loot and a terrifying amount of fetch quests make this game a boring experience. Looking back at it I don't understand why I even put this many hours into it.
Posted: July 12
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