Fallen Earth Companion App Adds Premium Features

Fans of the popular post-apocalyptic MMO game Fallen Earth will be pleased to learn of the new premium features in the companion app.  The application, which has been available for a few months now, provides remote, real-time live game server access and options such as checking and deleting in-game messages, viewing achievements, and stats, as well as checking to see who is online.  The new premium features can be purchased for a one-time $9.99 fee and allow players to download and send in-game mail messages and attachments, bid, purchase and post items at the Auction House, and, craft items using pack components.  If you’re interested in picking up the new premium add-on, you must first purchase the companion application from the Android Market.  Read more at the Fallen Earth mobile FAQ page.

As an added incentive to download the application, players logged in remotely via the Companion App between Wednesday, September 15 and Wednesday, September 22 will randomly be selected and awarded in-game prizes by Icarus Studios and partner AFK Interactive.

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