Flock Is A Co-Op Creature Collecting Game From Annapurna About "The Joy Of Flight"

Do you sometimes dream of flying? You know, those whimsical, fantastical dreams where you soar in the sky, among the fluffy clouds, and the wind strokes your face as your effortlessly glide through the air? Flight has been a dream of humanity for hundreds of years. Leonardo Da Vinci conceived of flight machines and the Greeks wrote of flying men, albeit one who plummeted into the sea. Fear not, dreamers, now a video game cometh to make dream (digital) reality.

Flock is a newly revealed indie title coming from the Annapurna Interactive stable, although it's not about horses, but flying creatures. Yes, Flock is a multiplayer co-op game that's about the "joy of flight" and collecting flying animals. Sounds pretty fly?

"Soar through beautiful landscapes, seeking out rare and elusive creatures to add to your flock," reads the description. In Flock, players assume the role of flying shepherds, with each tending to their own unique herd. "Nurture and fly the herd of hover-sheep toward fresh, untouched pastures".

From the footage shown, it'll be a bright whimsical world that players will hover, glide, and fly through as they discover secrets, landscapes, and wild creatures. Meanwhile, these sheep will need shearing, and Flock advertises that you can use the wool to make hats, cardigans, and socks.

Flock is developed by Hollow Ponds and Richard Hogg and is classified as a co-op adventure. It'll be launching into Game Pass for the Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, as well as releasing on Steam, PS4 and PS5. It is scheduled to launch some time in 2023.

Annapurna revealed more details about its forthcoming games today, including Sony Santa Monica's Hohokum, Bounty Star, The Lost Wild, among other titles. You can check them all out here at TheGamer. But for those who dream of flight or herding flying creatures or shearing wool to turn into socks that may or may not fly then check out your calendar for 2023 because Flock is flying your way then.

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