The game is still a toys-to-life game that sees you connect a figure to the top of your controller. The open world game will release on October 16th.
The game was announced Monday as part of Ubisoft's press conference at E3, the largest video game expo of the year.
And with a cameo appearance by Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto, who was presented with the first Starlink prototype of the Arwing model - we'll definitely playing the Nintendo Switch version of this.
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Combat involves the player's own playstyle with unique pilot abilities and weapon configurations to overcome deadly challenges.
Pilots, hulls, wings and weapons can be mixed and matched to build the player's custom starship with unprecedented level of customization and creativity.
We know fans of Star Fox would probably prefer an actual Star Fox game. Changes to your physical ship instantly appear in-game allowing you to immediately jump into the battle. With Ubisoft partnering with Nintendo for games, it was able to get Star Fox himself added to the fray, which is fantastic. For further information regarding the title visit the official Starlink website here.