Bulwark: Falconeer Chronicles is launching its demo today for the latest city-building game from solo developer and Falconeer creator Tomas Sala.
Published by Wired Productions, the game demo is a multiplatform title that will run across the PC, PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
The game invites players into the city-building, tactical warfare and imaginative landscapes of Bulwark. Set in the Ursee, 40 years after the events of The Falconeer, Bulwark empowers players to shape the environment like never before.
Instead of soaring above mountains, players now construct entire landscapes from stone, wood, and their imaginations. The intuitive controls make city building and tactical warfare accessible, allowing players to forge alliances and create fortresses with a simple click.
The newly released demo offers players a taste of city building, alliance forging, and interaction with various factions. With up to 25 buildings available, it serves as a training ground ahead of the game’s launch on March 26. Players can experiment with Bulwark’s brand-new photo mode, capturing and sharing their creations with the community.
For those eager to experience more, pre-orders for PlayStation 4 and 5 are now live at £14.99/$19.99. Additionally, all pre-orders include a free copy of The Falconeer: Warrior Edition, playable immediately upon pre-ordering Bulwark.
Players are encouraged to share their creations on Twitter/X using #MyBulwarkLegacy. The best creations, selected by developer Tomas Sala, will be shared with the community, and a vote will determine one lucky winner who will become part of one of the Ursee’s factions.
Wired Productions is an independent video games publisher based in Watford, United Kingdom, with title such as Tin Hearts, The Last Worker, Tiny Troopers: Global Ops, Arcade Paradise, Martha Is Dead, The Falconeer, and Deliver Us The Moon.
BAFTA-nominated Tomas Sala is an independent game artist and designer. Sala cofounded the game studio Little Chicken Game Company. Renowned for his Skyrim Mod series: Moonpath to Elsweyr, Sala has developed a unique visual style that has contributed to games such as Rekt! (iOS/Switch), SXPD (iOS), TrackLab (PSVR), and the critically acclaimed The Falconeer.
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