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Flock

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Annapurna Interactive
Developer: Hollow Ponds
Release Date: Spring 2024

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'Flock' Coming To PlayStation, Xbox And PC In Spring 2024, Playable PC Demo Available Now - Screens

by Rainier on Dec. 6, 2023 @ 10:05 a.m. PST

Flock is a multiplayer co-op game about the joy of flight and collecting adorable flying creatures with your friends.

Soar through beautiful landscapes, seeking out rare and elusive creatures to add to your flock.

Flock is a multiplayer co-op game where players take on the role of flying shepherds, each tending to their own unique herd of adorable flying creatures.

The game is an ode to the joy of flight and discovery. Starting with a small herd of hover-sheep, you nurture and fly them toward fresh, untouched pastures. Along the way, you will discover the secrets of the beautiful uplands and its wild creatures.

Weird flying creatures. Are they fish? Birds? Snakes? It’s a real mystery. They are mostly friendly though, and with a bit of skill you can charm them to join your flock.


A free, single player demo of Flock is now available on Steam for players to check out until December 31, 2023.

As your flock grows and your sheep get woolier, you can use the wool you shear from them for hats, cardigans, even socks!

Will you find all the creatures? Even the super rare and elusive ones? Will you keep them to yourself or share them with your friends? Will you knit the longest scarf ever seen? Will you find the fabled Golden Bewl?

Flock is coming to Game Pass on Xbox Series X|S & Xbox One, as well as PS5, PS4, and PC (Steam) in Spring 2024.


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