Firefall gameplay and video interview talks unique elements and Manga art

By Stace Harman, Tuesday, 1 November 2011 08:51 GMT

Red 5 Studios, developer of free-to-play team-based shooter Firefall, has spoken about the modes, character classes and art style of its upcoming title as well as how they intend to balance the oft-prickly issue of micro-transactions.

Speaking to GameSpot AU, Red 5 VP Tony Park also discussed the games PvP and PvE elements as well as re-iterating the December 2011 release window for PC. If you’ve not see the game in action before now, the video also features a decent chunk of gameplay footage.

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