Posted Wed, May 05, 2010 by Martuk
It's been a big week of news for Fallen Earth. Despite the cutbacks in development staff, the developer is pushing forward with content and events for players of the post-apocalyptic MMOG to take part in. Starting tonight (May 5th), players can log into Fallen Earth and enjoy the Cinco de Mayo celebration that will take place from 6:00pm-11:00pm EDT. The team will be hosting a dance party at Embry Bunker Bar (waypoint 4241542 3232776) and giving away in-game cerveza and sombreros. Or as the Fallen Earth team likes to call them, wasteland-style cowboy hats.
In addition to the celebration, Fallen Earth will also be getting a new achievement system with the 1.4 Blood Sports update, over 500 new rewards, an effects revamp, and a one-time respec. All this new content is currently available on the PTS, so if you're a Fallen Earth fan make sure to give it a look.
Fallen Earth, LLC, also announced a new partnership with publisher Interactive Gaming Software this week aimed at expanding Fallen Earth's availability through North America with new digital distribution and retail options.
Expands Distribution Services in Retail, Digital
FALLEN EARTH, LLC, developer of the self-titled massively multiplayer online game (MMO) is pleased to announce a new distribution partnership with North American publisher and distributor, Interactive Gaming Software (IGS). With plans to expand the availability of Fallen Earth throughout North America, IGS, Inc., a publisher and distributor of video and software games, will be distributing the title through Atari USA.
“We are excited about the new partnership and opportunity to expand Fallen Earth’s presence, especially on a large scale,” said Jessica Orr, Marketing Manager for Fallen Earth. “As Fallen Earth grows, the need to make the game easily accessible both nationally as well as internationally has become essential.”
Through national distributors IGS, Inc. and Atari USA, Fallen Earth is expected to hit shelves of several new digital and retail outlets in late Q2.
“Since its release, Fallen Earth has become a very popular, award-winning title and we are so pleased to take part in distribution through North America and expanding its potential,” said Paul Lombardi, CEO of IGS. “The development team has done a wonderful job with the game and I’m confident Fallen Earth will exceed expectations in 2010 with our support.”