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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 09:55am 13/06/17 | 0 Comments
In the sense that you'll be able to put together your own real-world spaceship toy and then use than in the game. Add in a game that looks incredible, with a great art style and impressive effects, and Starlink: Battle for Atlas joins Skull and Bones as another brand new Ubisoft IP that we can't wait to play.

Yeah, it looks awesome.



In Starlink: Battle for Atlas, you’re part of a group of heroic interstellar pilots, dedicated to free the Atlas star system from the Forgotten Legends, an evil robot force. Starlink: Battle for Atlas offers a whole new gameplay experience: build your own modular Starship model, mount it on your controller, and take part in epic space combats. Equip your model with different parts and your Starship changes in game in real time. Assemble your fleet, mix and match your pilots, Starships and weapons to create your own play style and defeat the enemy.


Unfortunately like with Skull and Bones we'll have to wait until the second half of 2018 to play this, but the good news is that it's also getting a Nintendo Switch release in addition to the usual gang of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Mario, Pirates, Assassin's Creed, Far Cry 5, and now this -- Ubisoft absolutely killed it this E3.



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