InstantAction announced today that the public beta test for Fallen empire: legions, a frenetic multiplayer FPS, is now open to all for an intensive testing period. Those interested are asked to simply fill in a small form atto sign up.
"Launching 'Fallen Empire: Legions' is a huge milestone for the company," said Josh Williams, CEO of GarageGames. "Not only have we proven that technically the game can exist in a browser, but we are delivering on our promise to gamers of fun, 3D action games nearly any place they can get on the Internet."
Developed internally by GarageGames, Fallen Empire: Legions harks back to squad-based multiplayer FPS classics to create its accessible and captivating gameplay. Working in squads or alone, players can currently choose from six character configurations - gunner, sniper, sniper specialist, rocket specialist, grenade specialist and chaingun specialist. Initially, the game will feature two large maps to support the public beta's Deathmatch and Capture the Flag modes, with more content due over the coming months.
"For the last three months, we have had more than four thousand gamers testing Fallen Empires," said Joe Maruschak, General Manager of GarageGames Studios. "Now it is time for us to open it up to the rest of the world and get their feedback. We will be very excited to see players joining the vibrant community that already exists around the game."
Fallen Empire: Legions takes advantage of InstantAction's approach of "Live Development," where game features and options are built and tweaked based on consumer feedback, both active in the form of direct feedback and passively through in-game statistics and metrics. Players can visit the forums and participate at: