Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles adds console ports

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles

Publisher Wired Productions and developer Tomas Sala have announced Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles is adding console ports when it finally launches.

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles is now coming to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, and PS5 alongside its previously announced PC (via Steam and GOG) version.

In case you missed it – check out my thorough hands on preview for Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles here – it’s great!

“Developing for console means you need to create a game that is controlled like an instrument, without looking at what you’re doing, intuitively from your fingers straight into the gameworld, which is honestly what I love to do – putting you, the gamer into a world with as few layers between you and whatever you are experiencing,” Falconeer and Bulwark creator and developer Tomas Sala said.

He added, “I hope people can see that Bulwark wants to take you on a creative ride that is made for controllers and big screens, as well as those playing on PC who have been amazing during the life of the Evolving Demo. This is epic in a new way for me, epic because the player is in shaping it, rather than getting it delivered to them.”

Here’s a rundown on the game, plus a new trailer:

Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles is the spiritual sequel to the award winning aerial combat game and Xbox Series X launch title The Falconeer. Set within the same universe and set 40 years in the aftermath – Bulwark switches from aerial combat to city-builder, set within a fantastical open world that acts as a canvas for players to unleash their creativity without limits.

The brand new trailer gives players a glimpse of Bulwark’s vast scope beyond its cosy city-building. Creating a fortress is one thing, but for players to grow their empire and influence across The Great Ursee they’ll need to immerse themselves in the game’s distinct minimalist brand of strategy that feels just as intuitive on a gamepad than it does on mouse and keyboard as they as they establish trade routes, manage resources, forge alliances, and embark on military conquest.

The trailer also showcases some examples of the breathtaking settlements players can create and new gameplay features not seen during the Evolving Demo that captivated PC players earlier this year, including new methods of progression and the strategic elements that allow players to ally or make war with the inhabitants of the Ursee.

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