‘Falcon Age’ PSVR Gameplay Trailer Reveals Hunting, Crafting, Fighting & More

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Falcon Age, the upcoming single-player adventure for PS4 and PSVR, now has a proper gameplay trailer showing off some the mechanics you can expect when the game releases next year.

In the trailer, Falcon Age boasts its ability to let the player raise their own falcon from a baby, hunt game such as mountain goats and other birds, craft items, build a farm & cook food, and fight robots using your falcon pal.

Image courtesy Outerloop Games

Here’s a summary of Falcon Age from the developers Outerloop Games:

The game starts on a dying colony planet with its culture destroyed, resourced depleted, and turned into a desert by machine invaders. Ara’s been wrongfully thrown in jail for a minor infraction. While she awaits her fate in a lonely cell, she passes the time by befriending a young falcon. Together they escape and set off on an adventure to help the resistance reclaim their freedom and drive off the invaders.

Image courtesy Outerloop Games

Outerloop says Falcon Age is “built from the ground up specially for PSVR using either Move Controllers or a DualShock 4.” The game also supports standard controls for PS4 and PS4 Pro users without a PSVR headset.

There’s no exact launch date yet; developers Outerloop Games have only stated that Falcon Age will launch sometime in 2019.

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  • Rosko

    OMG i want this on the Rift.

    • Arcticu Kitsu

      Same. Wish we could have this for the PC side of VR but high happy congrats to the PSVR showing how it’s done :)

  • JDawg

    These are the games PSVR gets because they have a larger consumer base. It’s a chicken and egg issue and as the user numbers grow the games will get bigger budgets.

  • Sgt. Winter

    Shame its PSVR only…