Firefall is available on PC
Firefall can not be played without constant online access. This could be due to security reasons or because of the nature of the gameplay
Firefall is designed to be played with other people or it is heavily bias towards that type of gameplay
Firefall can not be played without first activating the game online. Once activated the game may be playable offline. If our Online Only button is also highlighted then you will need constant online access
Firefall is intiailly released as a download. It is usually an expansion pack so check to see if you need a main game before getting this. Firefall may be released in the shops at a later stage
Firefall is completely free to own. Possibly a browser based game. There may be an alternative means of generating revenue, perhaps in-game advertising or monthly subscription charges
Red 5 Studios are developing the sci-fi shooter, Firefall. A massively multiplayer online team-based game in its closed Beta phase and one that we feel should be out at some point later this year, but no official release date has been given.
What we do know though is that when Firefall is released it will only be available on our trusty PCs, so lets take a look at the Firefall system requirements...
Firefall Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows XP (32/64-bit)
CPU (AMD): Dual Core @ 2.6 Ghz (Athon 64 x2, Athlon II x2, Phenom II x2)
CPU (Intel): Dual Core @ 2.2 Ghz (Core 2, Core i3, Pentium Dual Core)
GPU: DirectX 9 compatible AMD or Nvidia video card with 1GB RAM (AMD/ATI Radeon HD 4550 or Nvidia Geforce 8600)
RAM: 4 GB
Firefall Recommended System Requirements
CPU (AMD): Quad Core @ 2.8 Ghz (Athlon II X4, Phenom, Phenom II X4)
CPU (Intel): Quad Core @ 2.4 Ghz (Core 2 Quad, i5, i7)
GPU: AMD/ATI Radeon HD 4850 or Nvidia Geforce GTS 450
RAM: 4 GB
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