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The Falconeer Set To Release Day One For The Xbox Series X

The falcon targets some enemies to drop bombs under a dark sky.

Wired Productions and Tomas Sala are excited to announce that their upcoming RPG, The Falconeer, will be available day one for the Xbox Series X!

A combination of dog-fighting mechanics and open world exploration, The Falconeer promises to deliver stunning 4K visuals, running at a consistent 60 fps with glorious High Dynamic Range! In addition, Smart Delivery will also be enabled, allowing players to enjoy The Falconeer on the Xbox console of their choice!

“Having worked closely with the Xbox team over the past year, The Falconeer has found a natural home on the Series X,” says Leo Zullo, Managing Director of Wired Productions. “It’s a technological marvel that, coupled with Tomas’ passion and genius, constantly astounds us. With Smart Delivery, we’re ensuring fans get the best version of The Falconeer on any Xbox at no extra cost!”

For fans of physical collections, the Day One version of The Falconeer is now available for pre-order at most retail chains! Along with a physical copy of the game, the Day One edition of The Falconeer includes a custom reversible sleeve, a lenticular card, sticker sheet, a digital download of the official game soundtrack, and a digital game guide. With a retail price of $39.99 USD, the Day One edition of The Falconeer is one item collectors don’t want to miss out on!

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The Falconeer is set to release during the holiday season for the Xbox One S, Xbox One X, Xbox Series X, and PC via Steam. Stay tuned to RPGFan for more news and info on your favorite games!

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To some, Keegan Lee is merely a myth, but to those in the know, Keegan is considered the World's Okay-est News Editor. A lover of RPGs since their childhood, Keegan joined RPGFan in 2017, with hopes of spreading their passion to people around the world! When not playing RPGs, Keegan can usually be found crying at their home, or getting their butt whopped at their local arcade.

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