Mark Kern exclusive interview from 178Chinagame: focus on e-sport game in future

Posted on 2011-08-01 11:10:40 BJT, by Jason

Mark believes there are many professional FPS players and events in China, so exploring competitive gameplay in Fire Fall will be a wise choice

Beijing, China (178) - We're lucky to have Mark Kern, the father of Fire Fall, to have anexclusive interview on China Joy 2011. Mark says Fire Fall is developed according to Blizzard's standard, so there are also many competitive contents in the game. Fire Fall will provide more competitive gameplays and may even join the e-sport's lineup in future.

Mark believes there are many professional FPS players and events in China, so exploring competitive gameplay in Fire Fall will be a wise choice. And according to Mark's decription about Fire Fall, many its gameplays are rounded up with competitive element, especially for viewer mode, replay mode and real-time speech system.

Mark has half of Chinese descent, whose mother is a triditional Chinese women. Mark grew up in Asia and loved game since he was little kid, playing Final Fantasy series and watching Japanese comics had given him many inspirations for creating online games. For now, there are no Chinese staff in Red5, but Mark is considering about recruit Chinese developers, for the company has come to China.

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