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The Falconeer

The Falconeer Soars Through The Cloud On Stadia Today

Global video games publisher Wired Productions and trailblazing solo developer Tomas Sala are pleased to announce the release of the critically acclaimed, BAFTA-nominated The Falconeer on Stadia, Google’s gaming platform that lets you instantly play video games on screens that you already own.

Available today for all Stadia players, The Falconeer has an SRP of $19.99 / £15.99 / €19.99. Additionally, The Hunter add-on is available to purchase separately for $1.99 / £1.69 / €1.99, and the Edge of the World add-on is available for $7.99 / £6.99 / €7.99.

Gamers can alternatively purchase The Falconeer: Warrior Edition, which includes the full game and all add-on content, for an SRP of $29.99 / £24.99 / €29.99.


The Falconeer asks players to climb atop a giant warbird and take to the skies in a breathtaking experience set above The Great Ursee, an oceanic world teeming with mysteries. Dive headfirst into a unique adventure filled with intense aerial dogfights, jaw-dropping set-pieces, and immersive storytelling.

“There’s something very fitting about The Falconeer finding a new nest in The Cloud,” said Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions. “We love how Stadia lets players jump between screens and experience games on their own terms, without technological shackles, much in the same way as high-flying Falconeers are encouraged to venture out and explore The Great Ursee with complete freedom.”

“I’m incredibly eggcited to bring The Falconeer to a new audience with Stadia, which I can’t stop raven about. I hope players have an impeckable time, whichever devices they use for their adventure,” said Tomas Sala, Creator of The Falconeer.

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