Game publisher Wired Productions and independent developer Tomas Sala launch the video game The Falconeer: Warrior Edition with a new sea shanty launch trailer.
Vocalist Mikee Goodman and violinist Abi Fry are the talents behind this new launch trailer that celebrates the launch of the game on PlayStation 4, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. The former made this original composition called The Ode to Captain Sala, a celebration of what can be achieved when you believe in your vision, just like Tomas Sala did with The Falconeer.
After the original launch on the Xbox consoles and PC, the definitive edition of the open-world air combat game has now arrived on PlayStation and Nintendo console systems. This includes all new updates and DLC packs to date with the new expansion Edge of the World.
“We wanted to mark the launch of The Falconeer: Warrior Edition with something fun and unique, which also exemplified the inspiring story of how ‘Captain Sala’ had a dream and singlehandedly pursued that vision to great critical acclaim,” said Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions.
“I’m delighted that the release of the Warrior Edition means new Falconeers are taking to the skies and pledging their allegiances to one of the disparate factions seeking dominion over the Great Ursee,” said Tomas Sala, Creator of The Falconeer.
About The Falconeer: Warrior Edition
The Falconeer: Warrior Edition includes extensive new updates and features every single DLC pack released since its original launch on the Xbox family of devices and Steam. This includes The Kraken, The Hunter and Atun’s Folly, as well as the brand-new expansion, Edge of the World, which adds new mini campaigns, new missions, new locations and more. Further additions and updates include the re-recording of significant voice-over work, and a streamlined prologue tutorial. Previously available exclusively to PC and the Xbox family of devices, PS5, PS4 and Nintendo Switch owners can finally begin their journey, taking to the skies of The Great Ursee aboard a giant Warbird.