Firefall Event: Raid Boss Baneclaw - Gameplay Action
In celebration of Firefall's recent open beta weekends, Spunkify teamed up with some community members and devs from Red5 in order to take on the game's introductory open world "raid boss" Baneclaw! Watch as the action gets heavy and the frames begin to plummet. There's even time to stop and have a couple luau dances!
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