WARNING: PHOTOSENSITIVITY/EPILEPSY/SEIZURES
A very small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures or blackouts when exposed
to certain light patterns or flashing lights. Exposure to certain patterns or backgrounds on a television
screen or when playing video games may trigger epileptic seizures or blackouts in these individuals.
These conditions may trigger previously undetected epileptic symptoms or seizures in persons who
have no history of prior seizures or epilepsy. If you, or anyone in your family, has an epileptic
condition or has had seizures of any kind, consult your physician before playing. IMMEDIATELY
DISCONTINUE use and consult your physician before resuming gameplay if you or your child
experience any of the following health problems or symptoms:
• dizziness
• eye or muscle twitches
• disorientation
• any involuntary movement
• altered vision
• loss of awareness
• seizures
or convulsion.
RESUME GAMEPLAY ONLY ON APPROVAL OF YOUR PHYSICIAN.
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Use and handling of video games to reduce the likelihood of a seizure
• Use in a well-lit area and keep as far away as possible from the television screen.
• Avoid large screen televisions. Use the smallest television screen available.
• Avoid prolonged use of the PlayStation ®3 system. Take a 15-minute break during each hour of play.
• Avoid playing when you are tired or need sleep.
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Stop using the system immediately if you experience any of the following symptoms: lightheadedness,
nausea, or a sensation similar to motion sickness; discomfort or pain in the eyes, ears, hands, arms,
or any other part of the body. If the condition persists, consult a doctor.
NOTICE:
Use caution when using the DUALSHOCK ®3 wireless controller motion sensor function. When using the
DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller motion sensor function, be cautious of the following points. If the
controller hits a person or object, this may cause accidental injury or damage. Before using, check
that there is plenty of space around you. When using the controller, grip it firmly to make sure it
cannot slip out of your hand. If using a controller that is connected to the PS3™ system with a USB
cable, make sure there is enough space for the cable so that the cable will not hit a person or object.
Also, take care to avoid pulling the cable out of the PS3™ system while using the controller.
WARNING TO OWNERS OF PROJECTION TELEVISIONS:
Do not connect your PS3™ system to a projection TV without first consulting the user manual for your
projection TV, unless it is of the LCD type. Otherwise, it may permanently damage your TV screen.
HANDLING YOUR PS3™ FORMAT DISC:
• Do not bend it, crush it or submerge it in liquids. • Do not leave it in direct sunlight or near a radiator
or other source of heat. • Be sure to take an occasional rest break during extended play. • Keep this
disc clean. Always hold the disc by the edges and keep it in its protective case when not in use. Clean
the disc with a lint-free, soft, dry cloth, wiping in straight lines from center to outer edge. Never use
solvents or abrasive cleaners.
Online Play
To unlock the two exclusive multiplayer modes, you must activate the F.E.A.R 3 Pass
Card, which is included with the purchase of the game. If the Pass Card has already been
reedemed by a previous owner, you can purchase a new Pass Card.
To play Online, you must first make sure that you have a registered PSN account. If you
haven’t already signed online to your PSN account, you will be prompted to do so. After
signing in, you may choose any of the following online modes; Network Co-Op and Online
Multiplayer Modes.
Redemption Instructions
1. Create a Account.
2. From the PlayStation®Network icon on the XMB, select the PlayStation®Store.
3. Click the “Redeem Codes” icon located on the upper-right of the screen.
4. Enter the Voucher Code and follow instructions to download.
Reunion
PSN
Main Menu
Campaign Menu
Cooperative Campaign
Default Controls
HUD (Heads-Up Display)
Your Arsenal
Hand-To-Hand Combat
Active Cover
Ranking Up
Multiplayer
Game Lobby
Game Modes
Credits
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Nine months have passed.
Nine months since Point Man killed his brother Paxton Fettel.
Nine months since a massive explosion was detonated within Fairport in an attempt to
contain the violent, psychic spirit Alma Wade.
Nine months since Alma forced Sergeant Michael Becket to impregnate her.
Fettel has reappeared at Point Man’s side, psychically bound to his brother by their mother
Alma. Jin Sun-Kwon, one of the only surviving members of Point Man’s F.E.A.R. squad,
requires his help in Fairport. Armacham struggles to clean up the mess they have created
by any means necessary. The crazed citizens of Fairport, demented survivors exposed to
Alma’s nightmarish influence, are preparing for Armageddon.
Alma is calling her children to her side.
Point Man and Fettel are bound by their uneasy alliance.
Alma is about to give birth.
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NOTICES:
Video output in HD requires cables and an HD- compatible display, both sold separately.
Voice chat requires a headset, sold separately. Compatible with most Bluetooth and USB wired
headsets. Some limitations apply.
GETTING STARTED
Using the DUALSHOCK®3 wireless controller (for PLAYSTATION®3)
Port indicators
USB connector
L2 Aim Mode
L1 Switch Weapon
R2 Fire Weapon
R1 Grenade
GETTING STARTED
PlayStation®3 system
Starting a game: Before use, carefully read the instructions supplied with the PLAYSTATION®3
computer entertainment system. The documentation contains information on setting up and using
your system as well as important safety information.
Check that the MAIN POWER switch (located on the system rear) is turned on. Insert the
F.E.A.R 3 disc with the label facing up into the disc slot. Select the icon for the software title under
[Game] in the PLAYSTATION®3 system’s home menu, and then press the S button. Refer to this
manual for information on using the software.
Directional Buttons
Flashlight,
Previous Grenade
Next Grenade
Left stick
Movement
L3 button*
Sprint*
SELECT
Challenge Update
Quitting a game: During gameplay, press and hold down the PS button on the wireless
controller for at least 2 seconds. Then select “Quit Game” from the screen that is displayed.
Hint
To remove a disc, touch the eject button after quitting the game.
Trophies: Earn, compare and share trophies that you earn by making specific in-game accomplishments.
Trophies access requires a PlayStation®Network account.
Toggle Slow-Mo
Circle
Jump
Reload
Right stick
Look
R3 button*
Melee*
START
Pause
PS
Saved data for PLAYSTATION®3 format software
Saved data for PLAYSTATION®3 format software is saved on the system’s hard disk.
The data is displayed under “Saved Game Utility” in the Game menu.
* The L3 and R3 buttons function when the sticks are pressed.
Note: To use the controller, you must first register or “pair” the controller with the
PLAYSTATION®3 system and assign a number to the controller. For details, refer to the
instructions supplied with the system.
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/ Video Settings (Audio Volume, Gamma, etc.), Game Settings (Difficulty, Subtitles, Blood, etc.),
and Change Storage Device.
CREDITS
CAMPAIGN
Single Player: Begin
or Resume
single
player game.
See the credits for the development team.
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Host Network Co-Op: Team up
with another player to play the
campaign.
Join Network Co-Op: Join a single
player game as a cooperative
player.
Split Screen Co-Op:
Play with another player locally using the Split Screen option.
MULTIPLAYER
Solo Practice: Participate in Multiplayer Modes without other players present.
Host Network Match: Set up and launch your own match.
Join Network Match: Join a competitive match.
Quick Match: Join a match immediately.
Split Screen Match: Play a local multiplayer match with one other person using Split Screen.
SCORING
CAMPAIGN SETTINGS
Campaign: ‘New Game’ starts a new single player campaign. ‘Resume Game’ launches your
last checkpoint save. ‘Replay Chapter’ allows you to replay any previously completed level.
Performance: Check your best performances for each Mission.
PLEASE NOTE: F.E.A.R. 3 will automatically save your progress at checkpoints throughout
the game. Any time your character dies, or when you quit and resume play, your game will
begin at the last achieved checkpoint.
Leaderboards: See how your scores compare to other players worldwide.
Mission: If ‘Replay Chapter’ is chosen, this option selects which level is played.
OPTIONS
Difficulty: Select the game difficulty – Recruit (Easy), Commando (Medium), Fearless
(Hard), Insane (Hard +) (Must Be Unlocked)
Rank / Challenge: Learn about the many different challenges available.
This takes you to the Options Menu which allows you to modify game elements and settings
including Control Settings (Controller Configuration, Aim Sensitivity, Invert Controls, etc.), Audio
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Join Options (Host Network Match Only): This sets your visibility to the online community.
Open – Anyone can join, Closed - Nobody can see your game, but you can still invite friends
to play.
Character: Once unlocked, it gives you the option to play as Point Man or Fettel.
Point Man Controls
Launch: Begin game with current settings.
Move
Left Stick
Sprint
B
Look
Right Stick
Melee
N
There are several methods to enjoy Cooperative play:
Switch Weapon
Q
1) Online Co-Op – You must first sign into PSN
with your gamer profile. Once this is done can either
select ‘Host Network Co-Op’ from the Campaign
option to host the match or ‘Join Network Co-Op’
to join a hosted session.
Grenade (Hold to Cook)
E
Aim Mode
W
Fire Weapon
R
2) Local Split Screen - Split Screen Co-Op is available
for those who wish to play on the same television.
A second controller must be connected and the
start button pushed to activate the second player.
Following that you must select ‘Split Screen
Co-Op’ from the Campaign menu option.
Toggle Slow-Mo
F.E.A.R. 3 features a Cooperative Campaign that
allows for a second player to join.
K
Jump/Move from Cover to Cover
(When Prompt is Highlighted)
/Vault over Cover (While in cover and
J
pushing Left Stick Forward)
Reload/Swap Weapon/Revive Partner
(Notified by Screen Prompt, Co-Op Only
Open Doors, Switches, and Entering/Exiting Vehicles)
Crouch/Enter Cover (When Prompt is Highlighted)
/Vault Reverse (While performing Vault over Cover)
C
Previous Grenade Type
Z
X
Challenge Update
Pause
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H
Flashlight
Next Grenade Type
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SELECT
START
Power Armor Controls
Fettel Controls
Move
Left Stick
Sprint
B
Sprint
B
Look
Right Stick
Look
Right Stick
Melee
N
Melee
N
Zoom
W
Throw Suspended Object
E
Fire Explosive Rounds
Suspend Enemy or Object
W
Fire Laser Beam
R
E
Stun Blast
R
Melee Pound
Move
Possess Suspended Body/Release Possessed Body
Exit Power Armor
K
Jump/Move from Cover to Cover (When Prompt is
Highlighted)/Vault over Cover (While in cover and
pushing Left Stick Forward)
Revive Partner (Notified by Screen Prompt, Co-Op Only
Open Doors, Switches, and Entering/Exiting Vehicles)
Crouch/Enter Cover (When Prompt is Highlighted)
/Vault Reverse (While performing Vault over Cover)
Challenge Update
Pause
J
Hold L
Enhanced Power Armor Controls
J
L
H
SELECT
START
Move
Left Stick
Look
Right Stick
Melee
N
Zoom
W
Fire Mounted Guns
R
Fire Missiles
E
* Fettel can only handle weapons while he is in a possessed body
Ground Stomp
** While in a possessed body, Fettel’s controls revert to Point Man’s with the exclusion of Slow-Mo
Toggle Shields
Exit Power Armor
*** Fettel cannot pilot vehicles without being in a possessed body
Note – Missiles cannot be fired while shields are activated.
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Hold J
7. Equipped Weapon: This image indicates what weapon is equipped.
8. Second Weapon: This image indicates the second weapon being carried. The white bar
underneath shows how much ammunition is available.
Point Man HUD
9. Nearby Explosive: This symbol indicates the direction of any nearby grenades or active
explosive devices.
10. Challenge Notification: As you complete challenges these updates will let you know your
completion status.
Fettle HUD
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1. Damage Indicator: These red arcs indicate the direction you are taking damage.
2. Grenade Cook Meter: When you press and hold E with a grenade equipped, you will
prepare to throw and a timer begins. This meter indicates how long you have until the grenade
detonates. Releasing the control throws the grenade, whether you choose to “cook” it in your
hand or toss it immediately.
3. Ammo/Max Capacity: The first set of numbers indicates how many rounds are loaded in the
gun while the second set is the number of additional bullets remaining.
4. Equipped Grenade: The image lets you know what grenade type is equipped (Frag, Flash
Bang, or Zap). The number is how many are available.
5. Available Grenades: These images let you know what other grenades you have in your
inventory but are not equipped at the moment.
6. Reflex Meter: This meter lets you know how long Point Man will be able to remain in Slow-Mo.
It gradually refills over time.
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1. Possession Meter: Once full, Fettel can use his Possession ability to inhabit a soldier’s body.
Once in possession, if the bar completely empties Fettel will be released from the body.
2. Damage Indicator: These red arcs indicate the direction you are taking damage.
3. Nearby Explosive: This symbol indicates the direction of any nearby grenades or active
explosive devices.
4. Challenge Notification: As you complete challenges these updates will let you know your
completion status.
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Enhanced Power Armor HUD
Health System
As you take damage, the screen will turn red and blood will become visible on the periphery.
The closer you are to death, the more intense these effects become. If you avoid taking
damage, you’ll gradually recover. Taking cover is one tactic to avoid enemy fire and buy
yourself time to heal.
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Weapons
By entering a warzone without any assistance, Point Man must battle his way through
enemy forces using what weapons he can find on the battlefield. Every weapon has its
strengths and tactical advantages, but only two weapons can be carried at any given
time so weapon choice is critical to survival.
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1. Missiles: These are the number of missiles that are loaded and ready to fire.
They cannot be launched if the shields are up. A red X through each missile
will indicate they are not able to be fired.
The Briggs SMG is a lightweight and
easy to use Submachine Gun,
making it ideal for enemy encounters.
2. Gun Temperature: This is the how hot your guns are. If it reaches
its maximum temperature they will become non-functional
while they cool down.
The Strader Mk. VII Pistol is fast and lethal at
short distances, making it a reliable staple
weapon in anyone’s arsenal.
3. Shields: These blue bars correspond to the number to
indicate how long the shields can be run. If used they will
recharge over time once disabled.
4. Mech Integrity: The green image indicates how functional
the E.P.A. is. If this gauge reaches 0 the player will be
forced out while it repairs itself internally.
5. Damage Indicator: These red arcs indicate what
direction you are taking damage.
The EL-10 Combat Assault Shotgun
is powerful at close range and perfect
for close-quarters combat.
6. Target Lock: This marks which target the missile
system has a target lock on.
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Arsenal Selection
Only two weapons can be carried at any given time, which means Point Man has many
difficult decisions as to what weapons to pick up and what to leave behind. Available
ammunition, firepower, and tactical advantages should all be considered when choosing
what to arm yourself with.
Weapons can be switched using E.
Holding L while looking at a weapon that is not in your inventory will swap the new weapon
with what is currently equipped.
Fettel also has a set of Hand-to-Hand tactics available to him:
· To deliver a crippling blow, press N.
· To crush your enemy’s head, press N while their back is exposed.
· To explode an enemy, suspend them and press N while in close proximity.
· To cause a devastating concussion blast, press N while your Co-Op partner has
entered Slow-Mo.
F.E.A.R. 3 features a revolutionary first person active cover system that allows players the
freedom to effectively use the environment to their advantage.
By pressing H when the command prompt is visible, you will snap to the cover. This can
range from standing cover such as doorways to crouching cover like barricades. Once in
cover, you can emerge by pushing the Left Stick towards the direction you wish to lean out.
By releasing the stick, you will drop back into cover.
Some new additions to this cover system are:
1) Movement Around Cover – While in cover, you can move around corners by looking at
the direction you want to move and pushing the Left Stick in that direction.
2) Cover to Cover Movement – If two pieces of cover are nearby, you can direct the Left
Stick towards the other piece and follow the command prompt to switch.
3) Vault Reverse – You can jump over cover and spin 180 degrees to face where you once
stood by pushing H while vaulting over the cover.
Integrating Hand-to-Hand Combat into battlefield performance doesn’t just help conserve
ammunition, the decision can be the difference between life and death. Luckily, Point Man
has a varied set of skills to keep him alive.
· To strike out with your knife, press N.
4) Firing From Cover – You can push the Left Stick forward to peek over cover.
Alternatively, if you press W you will aim over the cover. Releasing this button will cause
you to drop back into cover.
Be careful, however, some cover is destructible and will not last indefinitely.
· To perform a stealth kill, press N while your enemy’s back is exposed.
· To execute a jumpkick, jump and press N.
· To perform a slide tackle, B towards an enemy and press N.
*NOTE: Not all Hand-to-Hand abilities are available at the start of the game.
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Playing the game rewards you for finishing levels, killing enemies, using weapons, being
competitive, playing cooperatively, and completing challenges.
As you play, you will gain ranks and each rank achieved grants you added abilities.
These ranks carry over from Single Player to Cooperative Play to Multiplayer.
Rewards for each rank include new abilities, additional ammo and grenade capacity, and
increased power meters.
Each level has its own set of challenges that if completed will award you more points.
Some are easier than others and offer a variety of points depending on difficulty.
Hidden throughout the levels are bodies that can by psychically linked, earning you
additional points. When playing cooperatively, these bodies can be ‘Shared’ or ‘Stolen’
by following the on-screen prompts.
Utilize strategy in how you absorb these bodies to maximize your score.
In each level there is one Alma Doll to be found. Discovering it awards you with additional
points to your score. Being the one to find it in cooperative play can turn the tide of the
competition.
Point Man’s unique ability is his enhanced reflexes which allow him to use Slow-Mo.
While in this heightened state he can aim faster and take out several enemies at amazing
speed. This ability is capable of turning the battle in his favor.
Fettel is able to possess bodies and take control of the host. Not only does possessing
a body allow him to take more damage, but he also can also gain an advantage by
tactically inhabiting soldiers at the other end of the battlefield or in otherwise unreachable
places. Once in possession of a body, Fettel can stay in control of it longer by absorbing
energy dropped by defeated enemies. In order to use the Power Armor or Enhanced
Power Armor Fettel must be in a possessed body.
Game Lobby
The Game Lobby menu appears when you host a Multiplayer match or join one that has
not yet begun.
When in the lobby, you can view or alter (if hosting) various settings.
Scenario: This selects the map you wish to play with the associated Game Mode.
Players: Select how many players are allowed participation.
Time Limit (Soul King, Soul Survivor): Select how long each round will last.
Number of Rounds (Soul King, Soul Survivor): Choose how many rounds the game
will last.
Friendly Fire (Contractions, F**king Run!): Enables or disables Friendly Fire.
Difficulty: Select how challenging the AI will be.
Join Options: This sets your visibility to the online community. Open – Anyone can join.
Closed – Nobody can join your game except for the friends you invite.
Launch: Begin the game.
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Game Modes
Soul King: This competitive multiplayer combines Fettel’s possession mechanic with a
scoring system to create a hectic, fast-paced experience. The goal of this mode is to end the
match with the most souls, which are dropped by killed AI’s and must be picked up.
If you kill another player they lose a portion of their collection, which becomes available for
you to steal. Be careful, this goes both ways and dying has its cost.
These matches put you in control of a Spectre, a ghost with the ability to possess any body.
Who you possess, how you utilize their weaponry, tactical use of body to body possession,
and skill all play a role in your success.
A scoreboard is always present, painting a target on the player with the highest score.
Will you be able to kill the most, protect yourself, utilize the possession mechanic, and collect
the most souls? Only the best on the battlefield can be the Soul King.
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Contractions: This cooperative multiplayer mode pits a holed up F.E.A.R. squad against
waves of enemies, each one more difficult than the last. To survive you must work as a team to
eliminate threats, gather supplies, put up barricades, and revive your teammates when they fall.
Compete for the best performance to earn the highest score and be the best player on the team.
Each group of enemies that appears is accompanied by a thick wave of fog. Once the round
is completed the fog recedes, allowing you the chance to gather what supplies you’ll need to
survive. All the while Alma wanders the battlefield, bringing misfortune to those unlucky enough
to cross her path.
Can you survive every wave to escape Alma’s deathly grasp once and for all?
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F**king Run!*: Faced with the always encroaching Wall of Death, the F.E.A.R. squad must
push forward through Armacham forces and reach the extraction point before they are
swallowed up. If any teammate is lost to the wall, it is game over for everyone. The only way to
survive is to F**king Run!
Soul Survivor*: Soul Survivor adds a twist to the cooperative gaming experience. While
players are working together to survive incoming soldiers, Alma will corrupt one of them,
forcing the player to join her. The Chosen player has a set amount of time to split up the
F.E.A.R. squad and Corrupt them.
Each player that is picked off joins the corrupted side and must help to exterminate the
remaining squad members. As time ticks down the remaining players’ odds significantly
decrease as more teammates are drawn to Alma’s side. Only the strongest player can
make it out alive as the Soul Survivor.
*A F.E.A.R. Pass is required to access the F**cking Run and Soul Survivor modes. Internet
connection is required to access F.E.A.R. Pass content. F.E.A.R. Pass serial code expires
May 24, 2016. F.E.A.R. Pass serial code is non-transferable once used. Additional F.E.A.R.
pass serial codes available for purchase. Online features are subject to change at any time.
You must be 17 or older to access F.E.A.R. Pass content.
To see a list of credits of those who brought you this game, please visit
www.whatisfear.com
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The terms set forth in this Agreement, including the Warranty Limitations/Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability, are fundamental
elements of the basis of the agreement between WB Games and you. WB Games would not be able to provide the Product on an
economic basis without such limitations. Such Warranty Limitations/Disclaimer and Limitation of Liability inure to the benefit
of WB Games’ licensors, successors and assigns. This Agreement represents the complete agreement concerning this license
between the parties and supersedes all prior agreement and representations between them with respect to the subject matter
herein. This Agreement may be amended only by a writing executed by both parties. If any provision of this Agreement is held
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and the remaining provision of this Agreement shall not be affected. The controlling language of this Agreement is English. If
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federal courts located in Los Angeles, California.
F.E.A.R. 3 software © 2011 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Developed by Day 1 Studios, LLC. Uses Bink Video. Copyright © 2007-2011
by RAD Game Tools, Inc. Licensed Developed Software uses Havok™ © Copyright 1999-2011 Havok.com Inc. (and its Licensors).
Portions of this software are included under license © 2011 Scaleform Corporation. Uses FMOD Ex Sound System provided
by Firelight Technologies. RakNet ™ copyright © 2002-2011, Jenkins Software. All other trademarks and copyrights are the
property of their respective owners. All rights reserved.
F.E.A.R 3. “PlayStation”, “DUALSHOCK” and “SIXAXIS” are registered trademarks and “PS3” and the PlayStation Network logo are
trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
F.E.A.R. and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and © Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
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