By Jim Rossignol on January 6th, 2011 at 12:46 pm.
Fallen Earth is a game I keep meaning to return to, only to be held back by a lack of time. It was in a pretty good state when I played it last year, and it’s had a load of updates since there, including a significant overhaul of the PvP system. There was even a UK retail release recently, which got me as far as reinstalling it, but not quite playing it again – yet. Anyway, the post-apocalyptic MMO (this is the Fallout MMO until we get the Fallout MMO) has now revealed more content in a State Of The Game open letter from the developers. There’s a few major bits of content coming up soon, such as new NPC bosses, new locations, fixes to mutations and other balancing issues, but it seems the core of the work is going to be in fixing the wonky player economy, which Icarus want to be at the heart of the game. You can read the full update here. If you want to read my original review, go here, but it’s moved on a fair bit since then.