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Fallen Earth release pushed back

Post-apocalyptic MMO slips two weeks.

Fallen Earth, the post-apocalyptic, Mad Max-style MMO set in the Grand Canyon, will now launch on 22nd September.

The game was originally planned to be released today, then slipped to the 15th, and now by a further week. However, players who pre-ordered will still be able to get in on early access today. You can find out more at the official site.

Fallen Earth is a hybrid of third-person shooter and MMORPG with a particularly heavy focus on crafting and faction gameplay. It's "potentially got a lot of depth", according to our man in the beta. We hope to get access to the live game and bring you a review as soon as possible.

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