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DRAGONTALNOVA
06-14-2018, 12:29 AM
Hi Ubisoft,

I am glad you guys are including Starfox in Starlink. But I really feel as a Designer you guys should just stick with creating a New Starfox Campaign.
Maybe make the Starlink seperate from that. Just my personal opinion on why Nintendo Fans will only pay over $60+

They will want something that blows them away and sadly I have some examples for you guys. What you need to do if you want this thing to sell.

First of the Good Stuff - what you should Do

1. Add 2-4 player online coop to this game or online Multiplayer coop and Vs.
2. Make sure you can play this game offline and not make it an online only MOBA.
3. Make sure to have interesting boss fights and include the whole Starfox Team.
4. Have the Lylat system in this game and all the Starfox characters including Krystal.
5. Make it so every time you play the game, the game changes in some way Kinda like what the unreleased SNES Starfox 2 game did.

What To Avoid Doing!

1. Too many Escort Missions! Try to avoid doing these people hate them.
2. The same type of missions over and over again or collecting stuff gets old.
3. Make sure to have different difficulty levels don't just make this game too easy - from Casual gamers to Hardcore.
4. Avoid over the top cut scenes that you cannot skip - people want more game play not a movie.

Here are some Great Examples of what this game should look like:

I will leave you some videos for the Ubisoft team to look at: This is from one guy who made this fan made game called "Event Horizon" and he did it by himself in just a couple of months.
Knowing you guys have 3-4 months to finish the game. I am sure you could step it up!

GamePlay Example:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-VJiHKKUous

Trailer with more Gameplay:

https://youtu.be/ZmRkXfyv6QA?t=56

Thanks for Reading and love to hear what you guys are going to do with Starlink and Starfox.

Ubi-Alien
06-14-2018, 12:01 PM
Hey hxnzvE40,

Thank you very much for your feedback!

In the meanwhile, In regards to Star Fox in Starlink, I can confirm you that the Nintendo Switch Starter Edition (https://store.ubi.com/us/starlink--battle-for-atlas-starter-edition/5b0586e4ca1a64ed97625ec7.html) contains a Star Fox exclusive story mission.

brands_807
06-18-2018, 03:05 AM
will the starfox toys items be avalable at a later date by them self or do i need to buy the twitch bundle in order to play with the starfox on the xbox

SoulReaperLt13
06-18-2018, 08:43 AM
I want all to collect all the toys but if I buy the switch starter pack I get the arwing. But you don't seem to have the "zenith" ship available to purchase on it's own is it exclusive to ps4/xb1? Or will the zenith be made available at a later date on is own? I don't know why the zenith is not for sale on it's own when the game can be bought digitaly how are people who get the digital version meant to get the starter ships?

Ubi-Zoro
06-20-2018, 01:49 AM
will the starfox toys items be avalable at a later date by them self or do i need to buy the twitch bundle in order to play with the starfox on the xbox

Star Fox content will be exclusive to the Switch version, it will not be possible to use with Xbox/Ps4.

I will see if I can find anything out on whether the Arwing/Fox will be available separately from the starter pack.


I want all to collect all the toys but if I buy the switch starter pack I get the arwing. But you don't seem to have the "zenith" ship available to purchase on it's own is it exclusive to ps4/xb1? Or will the zenith be made available at a later date on is own? I don't know why the zenith is not for sale on it's own when the game can be bought digitaly how are people who get the digital version meant to get the starter ships?

1.) You'll be able to get items as a digital purchase rather than the physical toys if you so choose. (This may be different for Star Fox items, but I will get back to you on that.)

2.) For the Zenith figure question - I will have to see what the availability of that item will be outside of the start package.