CARY, N.C.—March 17, 2011—Developers at Fallen Earth, LLC today released their latest patch, version 1.8, for the self-titled post-apocalyptic massively multiplayer online game (MMO), Fallen Earth. Patch v1.8 features a new territory with all-new content and achievements, enhancements to the economy and the introduction of Nuclear Blast Radio.
The new territory, titled Terminal Woods boasts 50 new missions, a PvP zone, several new camps and encounter areas, recipes and gear as well as additional achievements. At about half the size of a full Sector, players will enjoy an all-new ecosystem which introduces new creatures as well as bosses.
“In Terminal Woods, players start to receive hints as to why there is a huge wall between Sector 4’s Alpha County andKaibab Forest,” said Senior Game Designer, Marie Croall. “Pieces of the story are beginning to unravel, giving players much more to look forward to as we head to Sector 4.”
Working closely with Nuclear Blast Records and several of the label’s hit artists, developers are also introducingNuclear Blast Radio (NBR). The radio features over a dozen tracks across multiple artists and players can tune into the station at the new underground bunker bar located in the town of Boneclaw in Sector 1.
The latest patch also includes several improvements to the economy, the addition of two new chat channels to enhance grouping and socializing and a slew of general fixes.
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About Fallen Earth, LLC
Formed in 2003, FALLEN EARTH, LLC is a special purpose entity born out of Icarus Studios dedicated to the production of the independently produced and published, massively multiplayer online game (MMO) unlike any other, Fallen Earth. Set in the Grand Canyon in 2156 and mixing first-person shooter-style action with role-playing game design, Fallen Earthallows players to explore a post-apocalyptic world through crafting, trading, and scavenging. Fallen Earth is co-developed with Icarus Studios using the patented technology xScape Platform and available exclusively for the PC. Fallen Earth is rated “M” for “Mature” by the ESRB.