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Nintendo is bringing back 'Star Fox' with Ubisoft Starlink game at E3

14 June 2018, 10:08 | Cameron Gross

Star Fox revealed to be in Starlink: Battle for Atlas, coming to Nintendo Switch in October

Starlink: Battle For Atlas Gets Star Fox Content, October 16, 2018 Release Date

Ubisoft Toronto released a gameplay trailer for the action-adventure toys-to-life game Starlink: Battle for Atlas at the Ubisoft E3 2018 conference.

According to the official website, the game uses physical, Skylanders-like Starship models that you mount onto your game controller for playing in the game world. This follows on from Nintendo and Ubisoft's partnership to bring Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle to life. When you take them into the game, an entirely new level of progression and customization opens up to you. When you swap out a part or a pilot, this is displayed on the screen instantly.

Starlink: Battle for Atlas is scheduled for release on Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch on 16 October 2019.




The Starlink pitch sounds like a classic recipe: in the Atlas star system 400 light years away from Earth, factions are vying for power. You can mix and match different items like ship parts (wings and weapons and more), and you can also add different "Pilot" characters. He was presented with a StarFox Arwing toy by Ubisoft co-founder, Yves Guillemot. Featuring special guest pilot Fox McCloud and his Arwing. "These are devastating abilities that you can use to turn the tide of a battle".

Starlink Battle for Atlas was officially announced during E3 2017.



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