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Razor Edge Games | Official Site
RPG | Setting:Sci-Fi | Status:Development  (est.rel Q4 2018)  | Pub:Razor Edge Games
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Buy to Play | Monthly Fee:Free
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Eden Falling

After an asteroid delivered chunks of rock and toxic overgrowth fungus, survivors found that their world had changed into the brutal new environment in which they would raise new generations. People soon formed Factions and claimed territories using whatever means of coercion they could find: negotiation, spears, or more advanced weaponry. The Fall forced survivors to abandon their technology, or ‘Tec,’ and learn to survive without it. When found, Tec can still be of great value to someone with the knowledge to use it.

In Razor Edge Games’ premier title, Eden Falling is a turn based RPG that finally brings a tabletop-based experience to cinematic life. Join those living after the Fall, exploring an extensive world with over 30,000 places to visit and dozens of optional rules to add to the challenge. Join in a fight for survival where your choices decide your fate.

  • Play with as many people as you want | Play alone, with a group of friends, or visit our servers to play with many adventurers.
  • Gain the edge against overwhelming odds | Gain destiny points by completing contracts (quests). Use destiny points to change your character's fate.
  • Become a legend | Build reputation and complete contracts to influence the Faction Wars, gain companions, and create your own faction.
  • Fight your way! | Choose from basic items like clubs to the most cutting edge Tec such as plasma weapons.
  • Loads of Content to Uncover! | Secret classes, recipes and crafting system allow you to find hidden gems in a wide-open world. And we’re adding things all the time!
 
Thank you Posted by Lerxst on August 18, 2018 @ 8:58AM

In-Engine Cinematic Sets the Stage for a Post-Apocalyptic Future

In-Engine Cinematic Sets the Stage for a Post-Apocalyptic Future - Eden Falling News

Razor Edge Games has a brand new in-engine trailer for Eden Falling. The video footage was all created within the same engine that the game is being created with. You'll get a good feel for the mood and environments that the team is working to create in a post-apocalyptic world. Check it out!

Posted Oct 31, 2017 by Suzie Ford

In-Engine Video Shows Off Potential

In-Engine Video Shows Off Potential - Eden Falling News

Razor Edge Games is hard at work making Eden Falling and is preparing to release a lot of new information about it in the coming weeks and months. As part of the teaser for the info dump, Razor Edge has released a new video created in-engine and providing a brief look at thematic elements of the forthcoming RPG>.

Posted Oct 03, 2017 by Suzie Ford

Razor Edge Games Reveals New Name and More Info to Come

Razor Edge Games Reveals New Name and More Info to Come - Eden Falling News

Razor Edge Games has announced that the game formerly known as Epocylipse: The Afterfall is being renamed to Eden Falling. Developers assure fans that, though the name has changed, the game remains the same. In addition, devs promise that more information about what the team has been up to during the past several months will be revealed in short order.

Posted Sep 27, 2017 by Suzie Ford

The RPG Files: The Bear - Exclusive First Look

The RPG Files: The Bear - Exclusive First Look - Eden Falling News

We've got an exclusive first look at rendering and animation videos for Epocylipse the AfterFall from the folks at Razor Edge Games. The first look video shows a model of a bear from their upcoming game.

Posted Jun 05, 2017 by Ben Krueger

Belly Up to the Bar During First In-Game Footage Dev Blog

Belly Up to the Bar During First In-Game Footage Dev Blog - Eden Falling News

Razor Edge Games Creative Director Arthur Tomlinson took to the airwaves recently to produce a video developer diary for Epocylipse the AfterFall that takes players into a bar and to describe the process behind its creation.

Posted Jan 09, 2017 by Suzie Ford