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Aerial Battle Game The Falconeer Comes To Stadia In October

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Stadia continues to grow its library of available games, and today Google has announced that The Falconeer will be joining the lineup. The game will officially release on October 5 for the platform. So there are still a few more weeks to wait before you can download it.

Having said that, it is available on Xbox Game Pass. So if you have a subscription and really want to try it out right away, there’s one way to do it. The Falconeer is an aerial battle game where you fight against other players in intense combat. You sit atop a large warbird, of which there are many to choose from, and must take to the skies and take down your opponents.

There’s more than just PvP combat though. The Falconeer is an open-world game so expect plenty of things to explore. And there’s nothing quite like exploring the vast reaches of a new world on top of a flying mount.

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The Falconeer joins Stadia as the Warrior Edition

If you’ve never experienced this game before, then you’re going to get to experience the best version of it. Because the version that’s coming to Stadia is the Warrior Edition.

This is the fully updated version of The Falconeer, and it comes with two DLC expansions. The Hunter and Edge Of The World. So you get more bang for your buck. Speaking of price, Google doesn’t mention what this game will cost. It does however note that players should “stay tuned” for more information. Including on pricing and a new trailer for the game.

On Steam you can pick up the Warrior Edition for about $27 on sale right now. When all of the content normally costs around $44. And on Xbox the main game is currently on sale for around $13. So, expect pricing to be somewhere close to that range.

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In addition to The Falconeer, Stadia also recently gained Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Darksiders III, and Merek’s Market. It also just recently held a free play days weekend. Now is as good of a time as any to jump into Stadia and give it a try if you haven’t already done so.