I’ve seen all the trailers, I just finished a replay of the Definitive Edition on my Xbox One X, I was ready to enjoy this game.
Just kidding, I wasn’t remotely ready. And you probably aren’t either.
If you’re a fan of the last game you will love this one too.
It’s not just level size. The areas you wander through now have merchants for upgrades. You can purchase new attacks, maps to expand your view of the area, and a few other things that are all separate from the skill tree you have to unlock (similar to the original). Completionists are going to have a field day with everything players need to do in order to feel like the game is finished, but even if that’s not you there’s going to be plenty to do here. The acheivements list tells us that much.
Really, the biggest challenge you’re going to encounter here is the combat. The game wastes no time throwing you into a boss fight to help teach you to never drop you guard, and it only gets more entertaining from there.
It’ll be a bit before you see a full review of Ori and Will of the Wisps_here at Windows Central, but even before we get started on that I can tell you for sure if you’re a fan of the last game you will love this one too. However, if you’re expecting the game to feel easy just because you’re used to the previous game, you’re going to find yourself counting how many times you die using numbers you won’t be proud to share with others.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps will be part of Xbox Game Pass and available for $30 if you don’t want to subscribe to the service.
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