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Falcon Age Revealed for PS4 with PS VR Support

Today Sony unveiled a new game for the PS4 that will also support the PlayStation VR, and it is called Falcon Age. At first I thought it was just another falcon sim for a VR headset, but it looks like this game only has PS VR support, so it can also be enjoyed without the headset, which means it’s more than just a VR gimmick.

The visuals are interesting if anything else, so the game looks pleasing to the eye. Check it out for yourself above. The game will release sometime in 2019 exclusively for the PS4.

About Falcon Age

Falcon Age is a first-person single-player action adventure. As Ara, learn to hunt, gather, and fight to reclaim her cultural legacy in the lost art of falcon hunting against a force of automated colonisers. Players will explore a strange land while bonding with their falcon and helping the resistance.

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.

Falcon Age will be making its debut on PS4 in 2019. It’s built from the ground up specially for PS VR using Move Controllers or a DualShock 4, or PS4 and PS4 Pro using a DualShock 4 and standard FPS controls. We want to give gamers options on how to experience the unique world of Falcon Age with custom tailored support for different playstyles and devices.

 

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