Moon Studios’ amazing follow up to Ori and the Blind Forest game, Ori and the Will of the Wisps was originally set to roll out on 11th of February 2020 however, now the fans waiting for the game will have to wait a little more, just a month though. As Ori and the Will of the Wisps release date is not set for 11th March 2020.

With that being said, this upcoming follow up is anticipated to be even more amazing than its predecessor. Players will find themselves taking control of the guardian spirit, Ori yet again. However this time around the there is a whole new take to the adventure. Players will get to move ahead from the sprawling forest into the world beyond. All the while you will get to see the destiny of Ori unlock itself.

Some of the in-game changes you can expect include the induction of Autosaves so that is a relief. Moreover, skill upgrade trees have also been replaced with a more flexible slot-based shard system and each shard shall offer a unique ability that the players can quip and will be able to customize the character builds.

Other additions include the introduction of NPCs as well as side quests. The movement has also been upgraded, also the combat system is now more in focus, so better prepare for that, won’t be easy this time facing the enemies. Lastly, a new Sprit Trails feature that enables the players to race against friends and strangers. Perhaps we shall get more insights on this feature in the coming days.

For now, Ori and the Will of the Wisps Release Date delay is something that is a bit of a bummer. Let’s hope that they are able to utilize this time span for better polishing of the game.

The game will be available across PC and Xbox One, upon its release.

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