Rising Fire is a Chinese sci-fi MMO shooter where players choose between one of four classes and traverse dungeons in search of epic loot and deadly bosses.
|Publisher: Tencent Games
Type: MMO Shooter
Release Date: June 28, 2018
Pros: +PvE Dungeons. +Four classes +Vehicles.
Cons: -Limited information. -Only four classes. -No announced Western release.
Rising Fire Overview
Rising Fire is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi MMO where players choose between one of four classes: Bouncer, Hunter, Cyborg, or Ranger, and fight against an alien invasion. Crawl through PvE dungeons, defeating monstrous creatures to obtain new loot, and collect over a purported 1 million different guns. Hunt down creatures in multiple environments, including the city, deserts, and frozen wastelands. Hop in a vehicle such as a dune buggy or hover-bike to quickly cross vast distances. Rising Fire does not have a Western release date as of yet.
Rising Fire Key Features:
- 1 Million Guns - collect almost one million different types of guns to obliterate enemies.
- Instanced PvE - crawl through dungeons, killing mobs with friends to collect epic loot.
- 4 Classes - choose between one of four classes: Hunter, Cyborg, Bouncer, or Ranger.
- Co-op Gameplay - work together with friends to defeat overwhelming bosses and collect new loot.
- Vehicles - roam the deserts on a sci-fi dune buggy or zip past enemies on a hover-bike.
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Rising Fire System Requirements
Operating System: Windows 7 64 bit
CPU: Core 2 Duo E6550 2.33GHz or Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 5600+
Video Card: GeForce GT 430 or Radeon HD 5550 512MB
RAM: 6 GB
Hard Disk Space: 8 GB
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Rising Fire Additional Information
Developer: Yingpei Games
Publisher: Tencent Games
Engine: Unreal Engine 3
Release Date: June 28, 2016
Development History / Background:
Rising Fire is developed by Yingpei Games, the Chinese studio under Epic Games, developers of the Unreal Engine. A gameplay trailer was shown off at the annual Tencent UP 2016 conference, with no announced name. A few days after Tencent revealed the name of the game, and announced it would be developed by Yingpei Games, the same company that developed Zombies Monsters Robots. The game was released into open beta on June 28, 2016. There are currently no plans to bring Rising Fire to a global audience.