Red 5 Studios has just revealed that they’ll lift the NDA from FireFall’s beta in April 6th. Not only that, but the company will turn the game’s beta servers on and leave them on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In case you were unaware of, there were specific times in which we could beta test this bad boy. This of course means that you’ll be getting lots of new screenshots and videos from the on-going beta and you should get excited about it.
FireFall is a team-based action shooter that thrusts hundreds of players together into a lush, dynamic open world combining intense competitive multiplayer and large-scale cooperative gameplay.
At PAX East 2012 starting Friday, April 6th, the attendees of PAX will be playing the live beta with the rest of you. They will have the same experiences that you have and enjoy in the same trials and tribulations. All of those that play Firefall at PAX will be welcomed into the beta when they return home.
FireFall is developed by Red 5 Studios, a studio that is founded by Mark Kern, former team lead for World of Warcraft. The game’s lead designer is Scott Youngblood, one of the lead designers for the Tribes franchise and is powered by the Offset Engine.
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