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The addition of Star Fox wasn't the only thing Ubisoft had to announce when it comes to Starlink today. Players will be tasked with forging alliances, hiring crews, and building starships in order to save Atlas from the oppressive enemy legion. You can check out some new footage in the Star Fox announcement trailer embedded above.
Those who have been eagerly waiting for the game to release will be happy to learn that Starlink Battle for Atlas will release on October 16th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. Starlink is following in the footsteps of games like Disney Infinity and Skylanders, as it allows players to construct in-game ships using real-world, modular toys. When you swap out a part or a pilot, this is displayed on the screen instantly. Ubisoft will have both a traditional option at the $59.99 price point, and a deluxe set for $74.99, which includes a Fox McCloud figure as well as a replica Arwing! Starlink: Battle for Atlas, the Starlink: Battle for Atlas logo, Ubisoft and the Ubisoft logo are trademarks of Ubisoft Entertainment in the USA and/or other countries.