After wallowing for a while in an extending Beta, free-to-play MMO shooter Firefall will finally be getting a proper launch on Steam and through Firefall.com on July 29. The update the game will receive for its launch is actually a fairly substantial one, and Red 5 CEO James Macauley promises the update will quadruple the size of the world and add 15 times the amount of content that was in the Beta. The game itself is completely free-to-play, although it promises cosmetic and convenience upgrades that will most likely cost real world money in case you can’t stand playing a game for free when you can buy all the sexy horse armor you could ever dream of.
Not too many MMOs set the world on fire after being in Beta for so long (especially after having to close and rework their PvP mode), but maybe Firefall will be different. Check out the launch trailer below to see if this is the kind of game that might light your fire.