"Starlink: Battle for Atlas" is an action-adventure video game by Ubisoft, developed by Virtuos (Nintendo Switch version) and Ubisoft Toronto.
Here are "Starlink: Battle for Atlas" video game trailer, gameplay, features, release date and everything we know so far.
Ubisoft on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 released the trailer for "Starlink: Battle for Atlas" you can watch here:
STARLINK: BATTLE FOR ATLAS CRIMSON MOON REVEAL TRAILER.
Here is a short review of "Starlink: Battle for Atlas" video game gameplay features.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas is an action-adventure game third-person perspective set in a fictional star system around the star Atlas. Players pilot spaceships to traverse different parts of the Atlas system, both in outer space and within a planet's atmosphere. Within the story players meet with different alien species and form alliances with them in order to accomplish various goals. Forming alliances changes the game's world state, which then changes the gameplay experience. In the game, the player can use their spaceships to freely explore the open Atlas system. Split-screen multiplayer mode is also featured in the game, allowing two players to explore the space and planets together. All ships can take off into space and skim on planet's surface, with the transition between space and planet surface being described as "seamless".
Each planet has its own landscape, story, hazards, flora and fauna that may become a threat to the player. The player can also engage in both space- and planetary-based combat with enemies using spaceships. These spaceships can be extensively customized with different parts. Wings, weapons, and spacecraft modules can be freely swapped at will. The player is encouraged to experiment with different combinations of weapons as different enemies react differently to attacks. Pilots are also present and have special abilities that can be utilized in combat. For instance, one type of pilot can slow down time. There are 4 types of ships and pilots.
While the game can be played digitally, it also features toys-to-life elements in which the player can buy toys, which are ship components, for the game. The player can place their toys on a custom controller mount, and their digital counterpart will appear on-screen. When the player swaps the components of their real-life toy ships, its counterpart will also reflect such changes instantly. Each ship has two points which allows the player to connect spacecraft parts with the ships. Purchasing a physical part also unlocks its digital counterpart, meaning that the player does not necessarily have to use the toys and the controller mount to play the game.
"Starlink: Battle for Atlas" video game release date was scheduled to be on October 16, 2018 and on April 30, 2019 published by Ubisoft.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas uses Snowdrop engine.
Starlink: Battle for Atlas is available for the following platforms: Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.
"Starlink: Battle for Atlas" video game is rated "PEGI 7", according to the PEGI video game rating system.
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