Firefall second public beta jumpstarts this weekend

Red 5 Studio also hosting airborne moments video contest for participants to enter.

Red 5 Studio has announced that it will be hosting another round of public beta testing for its upcoming shooter Firefall.

The developer said on its official website that the next beta weekend will start from February 22 at 12pm PST and will end on February 25 at midnight PST. Players can now stream their play sessions via the integrated Twitch broadcasting system in-game.

Red 5 are also hosting a contest about who has the best air-borne moments in a game captured on video. Contestants will need to upload their clip on YouTube in response to the contest video on the Stage 5 TV channel.

Two winners will be picked; the first will be chosen by Red 5’s community team while the other will be determined based on the number of likes the video has. The winners will get a Razer Kraken headset, an ATi Radeon iPower IceQ X2 3GB video card, and a firefall brontodon plushie.

Players can register on the official site here.

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13 comments
Adroa
Adroa

The last few games I beat had female leads (Lollipop Chainsaw, Alice: Madness Returns and Final Fantasy XIII) and I honestly say it was a refreshing change of pace.  I am male by the way, not that it should matter.

2bitSmOkEy
2bitSmOkEy

This game has huge potential.  Definitely worth checking out if you haven't done so already.

CageFury
CageFury

I wonder if that ATI card is a 7970 or 7950.. 

wexorian
wexorian

Bungie Copy  whole idea FPS mmo from This game for info. and it's quite good game go watch videos on youtube,  before Some F2P + PC hater start bombing.

CP2077
CP2077

another MMO boring

oflow
oflow

forever alone.

ooblah
ooblah

@wexorian  

First of all that's just ... inaccurate.  Secondly, it's way too early to say what exactly Bungie's new project is really about.  That being said, every great medium has borrowed ideas from other sources.  As long as it improves upon the formula, and introduces some new ideas, what is there to complain about.