E3 2018: Star Fox Joins Ubisoft's Game StarLink For Nintendo Switch Exclusive

Angelica Greene
June 14, 2018

We finally got some more information about Starlink: Battle for Atlas during Ubisoft's E3 2018 Press Conference including a release date and some exciting news about an exclusive add-on character. The latter is optional, but players can customize ship toys, which can mount on the controller where those same custom elements are reflected in-game.

The game is coming October 16, 2018 for all consoles.

With the exception of the Star Fox-related items, the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the Starter Pack will come with the same items. When you take them into the game, an entirely new level of progression and customization opens up to you.

Nintendo Switch users will be glad to see the legendary Starfox back in action, in what seems like a natural fit.

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This bombshell was revealed in a new trailer for Starlink: Battle for Atlas, which also showed off some cinematic space combat. Throughout your adventure you can swap out its parts whenever you want. For further information regarding the title visit the official Starlink website here.

The Nintendo Switch version of the game will have a special guest "pilot Fox McCloud and his Arwing".

Lead a group of heroic interstellar pilots who use modular starships to mix and match their unique gear and skills on the fly.

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