Starlink: Battle for Atlas will be released on October 16 for the Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch consoles. The video game with modular toy elements is intended to noticeably expand the gaming experience of users. In about a week, players will find out whether “Toys-to-Life” will work as a concept for Ubisoft. Meanwhile, the French publisher has released two more character trailers
Two new character trailers for Starlink: Judge and Chase
The video game Starlink: Battle for Atlas critics attest potential. That sounds positive, but potential can also be wasted.
How well the game with the risky “Toys-to-Life” concept works on home consoles will be experienced by players from October 16: then it will be released Starlink: Battle for Atlas officially for Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Similar games such as Skylanders or Lego: Dimensions have rather failed with their modular plastic gimmicks. Ubisoft is confident that you can with Starlink: Battle for Atlas Nevertheless, the player can convince - perhaps because the video game is entertaining enough even without additional toys. Nevertheless: due to the toys concept, Ubisoft may restrict the target group despite the existing playful complexity.
The modular toy spaceship is definitely a visual highlight. It can be attached to the controller using a clamp and upgraded. The design of the game world is reminiscent of a mixture of No Man's Sky and Destiny. Players explore varied worlds and skillfully shoot their way through hordes of opposing NPCs. This is more demanding than expected, more tactical than expected and, in the version for Nintendo Switch, also enriched with a popular character: Fox McCloud, iconic hero from the StarFox series.
In order to spread a little anticipation among players, Ubisoft is releasing bits of new material Starlink: Battle for Atlas. The character trailers for Judge and Chase are not to be missed.
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