The Falconeer Adds An Xbox One Version

Publisher Wired Productions and developer Tomas Sala have announced an Xbox One Variant for The Falconeer.

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The Fantasy combat game is coming to Xbox One together with its own Windows PC version that is previously confirmed , sometime in 2020. The game will be playable in people for the first time from November 14th to the 16th, at X019 at London.

“We’re eager for lovers to encounter The Falconeer, A real gem which will place the bar for what Cartoon developers can provide games,” Wired Productions managing director Leo Zullo said in a media release. “From the beginning, we have been enamoured with this breath-taking aerial combat RPG, and are pleased to have the ability to work collaboratively with Tomas, whose fire and talents can be viewed in this beautiful and mesmerizing game.”

Here’s a rundown about the match:

Created by independent developer Tomas Sala, The Falconeer unites Acrobatic and classic aerial dogfighting mechanics twists and turns, with an awe-inspiring open surroundings and bestiary of fantastic enemies in sea, land, and air.

Set a mystical, above The Great Ursee World drowning from the corruption of those swollen oceans, players will take their armed aerial mounts in third individual to the heavens as a”Falconeer,” an airborne and agile warrior equipped with devastating ranged weaponry. Your assignment as a Falconeer is exactly what you make it–be it that the noble cause or the lifetime of a rogue–each player experience will be unique since they explore the bleak and hauntingly beautiful world, full of wonderous locations and warmongering rival factions vying for the mysterious secrets hidden at the Ursee’s unfathomable depths.

Fans Of aerial battle is going to be treated to world and a fluid experience. Majestic mounts controller fluidly and with graceful as their bird of prey counterparts, flight, providing players a sense Of freedom and amazement while being really immersed in the Ursee’s Simultaneously hypnotic and epic soundscape.

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