Star Fox is back in 'Starlink: Battle for Atlas'

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So there's a little insight into Starlink: Battle for Atlus' toys-to-life setup?

Star Fox is back, baby.

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.

Ubisoft just announced a new game and toy-line, featuring the beloved Nintendo character, Fox McCloud.

Shigeru Miyamoto was sat in the audience during the conference, and was handed the first prototype of a physical ARWing toy, which will presumably be sold alongside the Switch version. "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".

Starlink: Battle for Atlas comes to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on October 16.

A year ago at E3, Ubisoft made a bold choice - just as Disney Infinity, Skylanders and every other toys-to-life game franchise was winding down, it announced a big, complex, comprehensive space adventure that relies on physical toys and collectables. Whether or not it can find success where other toys-to-life games have failed remains to be seen, but we're guessing spaceships and Star Fox will definitely give it a fighting chance.

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