Ori and the Will of the Wisps development is over
Moon Studios has communicated through Twitter that the development of Ori and the Will of the Wisps. After several delays, the sequel to the iconic Ori and the Blind Forest will be released on Xbox One and PC on March 11 with the goal of being an even better experience than the already pleasantly recognized original title.
A photograph of one of the developers of the title with a CD in the hand of the finished videogame is the proof that, after more than four years of development, this adventure of platforms and adventures has everything ready to break into the market with 4K compatibility in Xbox One X and compatible computers; including the Xbox Game Pass service from launch day, where it will be available in all subscription modes.
One of the main novelties of Ori and the Will of the Wisps is that there will be excavation. Unlike the first part, Ori, who has left his sacred home, will have to embark on a skill where the scenarios will be larger, darker and more hostile. The interaction with the stage will be greater, all without giving up the presence of puzzles and the metroidvania touch that sat so well on the original video game, which also saw the light on Nintendo Switch at the end of last year.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps has gone GOLD🌟! A big congratulations to Moon Studios and the entire team.— Ori the Game (@OriTheGame) January 28, 2020
Unravel Ori's destiny on March 11th by pre-ordering the gorgeous Collector’s Edition from your favorite retailers! #OritheGamehttps://t.co/0X4k52q5WM pic.twitter.com/AktsXNiMqn