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Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
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OS/Platform: Xbox Nintendo
Size: 20GB Version: 3.1
Updated: November 20, 2020 Developer : Moon Studios GmbH


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Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a galactic Castlevania-style adventure game with an action-adventure element.

It supports 4K resolution output so you can experience the game better.

The story picks up where the previous game left off. One day, a new baby is born to the Naru family of Nibel, and they name her Ku, who grows up happily under the care of Ori and his friends.

However, as she grew up, Ku always wanted to be able to fly. However, one of his wings has no feathers, so he is unhappy that he cannot fly, and Ori and his friends set out to find a way to help the owlets.

Having found the Kuroko feather, Ori gave it to his friend Gumo, who helped him attach it to his wing so that he could fly. And so Ku flew freely with Ori on his back, happy and at ease.

But then, as the little owl is flying free, a storm hits, and the feathers are blown away from his wings, and the two partners fall and are blown apart by the storm. And so the story begins.

The design of the levels becomes clearer and the teaching of new abilities is better integrated into the levels

The game was developed by Moon Studios, a collective organization without a set location. The game's visuals were given an overhaul from the two-dimensional artwork in Blind Forest, to the three-dimensional models played in multilayered backgrounds in Will of the Wisps. The game maintains narrative continuity with Blind Forest and introduces new melee combat.

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Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a 2D Metroidvania; a platform game with an emphasis on exploration, collecting items and upgrades, and backtracking to previously inaccessible areas. The player controls the titular Ori, a white guardian spirit. As Ori, players must jump, climb, glide, and swim between various platforms to solve intricate puzzles. The gameplay unfolds in the form of a Metroidvania, with new abilities and upgrades allowing players to unlock previously inaccessible areas of the map. Some of the foundational gameplay elements were inspired by the Rayman and Metroid franchises.

Unlike its predecessor Blind Forest, Will of the Wisps relies on autosaving rather than manually placed "soul links". The sequential upgrade system of the first title has been abandoned for a system of "shards" (inspired by the Final Fantasy series's "material" system), which can be purchased or found throughout the game to upgrade or modify Ori's stats and attacks. Ori's attacks can be managed via a convenient radial menu, and orbs to increase Ori's health and energy can be found throughout the map.

A new mode called Spirit Trials was revealed at Gamescom 2018. The mode challenges players to race to a goal in the fastest time possible. To enhance competition and strategy, players can see the best times and the routes taken by other players. Will of the Wisps also introduces side quests from NPCs to earn collectible items such as Gorlek Ores, which are used to expand the game's hub area.

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