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Serenity Arrives Cinematic

Dynamic Cinematic #1: Serenity Arrives

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Cutscenes and other cinematic elements of Firefly Online will be generated in real time by the game engine, so that a player’s unique game elements (your ship, your character design) will be an intrinsic part of gameplay. That means even in the title credits, it’ll be your ship and your character’s image you’ll see onscreen, Read More…

The Kepler Light-Bulk Transport (concept)

Firefly Concept Designer Tim Earls Joins FFO Team

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It is ironic that Timothy M. Earls, one of the most prolific set and concept designers working in Hollywood today, is uncredited for some of his most famous work: The ships of Firefly. Tim’s screen credits include Iron Man 3, Babylon 5, Glee, The Lone Ranger, Terminator Salvation, Mission Impossible III, The Italian Job and Star Read More…

Back to the Verse

Music of the Verse: FFO Theme #1

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Music can often make the difference between a good game and a great game. Think about all your favorite games: We’re willing to bet most, if not all, came integrated with some epic tunes. One of the many great things about working with a property like Firefly is all the awesome and inventive music that Read More…

Screenshot #2: The Map of The Verse

Screenshot #2: The Map of The Verse

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How will players travel around The Verse in Firefly Online? Will they need to manually fly from place to place, or will there be some kind of system where they can select their destination and fast-forward to their next destination? The answer is a resounding “yes”! To help you make your way on the raggedy Read More…

Meet the Komodo

Meet the Komodo

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We want to introduce you to one of our very favorite ships: Not just because the design is so gorram cool, but also because it’s our first Unification War design that was refit for civilian use. The Komodo Class started life as an auxiliary ship in the Independents Navy. They served the critical role of Read More…