Releasing exclusively on the Nintendo Switch, you'll be able to build a toy modular Arwing, attach it to the controller and use it within the game's space fights. None other than Star Fox will be featured as a playable character in Starlink, assuming you pick up the Nintendo Switch version of the game.
With games like Skull and Bones and Assassin's Creed Odyssey on the horizon for Ubisoft, you'd be forgiven if you forgot about its upcoming toys-to-life game, Starlink: Battle for Atlas. First, let's look at the E3 2018 gameplay trailer.
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Starlink Battle for Atlas was officially announced during E3 2017.
Following Ubisoft's previous collaboration with Nintendo on Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, they're uniting once again for exclusive content for a new open-world space dogfight title.
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Starlink: Battle for Atlas will launch on Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on October 16th 2018, but the Star Fox content - including Fox McCloud, his Arwing and a set of bonus missions - are exclusive to Nintendo's console. "Starlink is a project born from the passion of our collective team, and the opportunity to work directly with Nintendo to bring Star Fox to our universe is a dream come true".
Star Fox is crossing over into an Ubisoft game.
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