The return of the Crimson Moon marks the return of the infamous Outlaw Games and with it, a chance for Rankor to restore what was previously taken from him.
The update arrives alongside the launch of the PC version and new paid content, which includes new pilots, starships, weapons, and – on Nintendo Switch – new Star Fox content.
Fortune now presents to you the Outlaw Games.
I didn't include the PC version stuff but you can find it on Ubisoft's website if that's also your thing.
It wasn't explicitly clear on Ubisoft's video but yes, Star Fox's content is once again exclusive to the Nintendo Switch version of the game.
The game is actually launching in Japan this April.
More than just Wolf himself, his entire crew is coming for a dogfight.
Digital only, just for that weekend.
New enemies, new missions, and more starting December 21.
Create custom screenshots of your interplanetary adventures.
Honestly, it's a lot more of an ad than it is a detailed explanation of how the game came to fruition.
By default, the game pauses when you swap parts, but once you truly get the hang of it, you can change that setting to truly experience what Starlink is meant to be all about.
"Turn it up."
"Time to even the odds."
Power up your fleet in Starlink Battle for Atlas with these tips on how to build an early stash of Electrum and Nova.
"You know what I'm thinking."
That's the Switch's version they're promoting. Nice.
Give your imagination some space.
Danger Zone and Vanish.
Organic items go to Observatories, and metal ones go to Refineries.