Firefall has systems built within it for Red 5 to eventually branch out into local and big money tournaments, Romine says. "We want to have an expansive, global tournament presence with Firefall." "I will be helping to advise developers about what the gamers want from the competitive side, but we will also be integrating the game into exiting leagues, potentially, existing tournament structures, possibly. We're going to be building it into the eSports world that already exits and revolutionizing it." How Red 5 plans to revolutionize the growing eSports market is unclear, but it has time to develop its plan. The free-to-play shooter is scheduled to launch officially sometime in December. For more on Firefall, read the recent news about pets being added to the game, watch our video interview with Red 5 CEO Mark Kern, or visit the game's official site.
Firefall will attempt to take the eSports world by storm, with Morgan Romine at the helm