Ori and the Will of the Wisps Announced for 2019!

After the 2017 E3 announcement of the continuation of Ori and the Blind Forest, Ori fan’s have been clinging to their seats for more information. Well, we’ve finally got it! Microsoft announced Ori and the Will of the Wisps is coming in 2019!

Developed by Moon Studios, Ori and the Blind Forest was a huge hit with the crowds since its announcement in 2014, winning ten awards in that year alone! With such visually stunning graphics and a heart-wrenching storyline it’s no wonder that the game achieved such success, from BAFTA to Golden Joysticks.

Ori and the Blind Forest was a hit with both the critics and the players, who have been holding their breath in anticipation of the sequel that was announced at E3 2017. Thankfully, Microsoft and Moon Studios has put some of the fans at easy with their E3 2018 announcement of Ori and the Will of the Wisps due to be released in 2019.

The new games is a continuations of the original, picking up right where it left off, and features HDR graphics, as well as 4K resolutions, giving the fans the same beautiful imagery as that took our breath away during the first game. Keeping things familiar, players can expect Metroidvania plat-former action in the same fantasy world as Blind Forest; though most of the areas in Will of the Wisps will be quite new.

Players can also expect new abilities, combat, enhancements and customization options that were not present int the first game, if the trailer is anything to go by; not to mention, a whole horde of new NPCs and enemies to push little Ori on his way!

Though very little information has been released on the new game, there can be no doubt that it will be filled with just as much adventure and fun as the one before it! Until then, players can stay up to date with news on Ori and the Will of the Wisps on the official website!

Source – IGN, Ori

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