Starlink Crimson Moon

Starlink: Battle for Atlas Update and PC Version Coming Next Week

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Last year, Ubisoft released Starlink: Battle for Atlas for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Now, a PC version of the game is on its way, along with a large update for the game on all platforms, including some more exclusive, Star Fox-related features for the Switch version.

Ubisoft recently announced that the PC version of Starlink will be released next week, on April 30. The PC version will be able to support the toys-to-life features of the game as long as you play with a PS4 or Xbox One controller. You can find the full specs for the PC version here.

Additionally, Starlink will be receiving the Crimson Moon update for all consoles, also on April 30. This update will include plenty of free content, such as a new racing mode, a battle coliseum, a new difficulty level, and new missions, which will be part of the new Crimson Moon location that will be introduced into the game. There will also be new paid content, like new pilots, ships, and weapons. Exclusive to the Switch version of the game, Star Fox characters Falco, Peppy, and Slippy will also be paid DLC pilots.

You can watch the game’s new Crimson Moon announcement trailer below.

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Dylan Siegler has a BA in Creative Writing from the University of Redlands. He has copy edited novels and short stories and is the editor of nearly all marketing materials for RoKo Marketing. In addition to his professional work, Dylan is also working on several of his own projects. Some of these projects include a novel that satirizes the very nature of novel writing as an art and a short film that parodies buddy cop movies. His short story “Day 3658,” a look into a future ten years into a zombie apocalypse, is being published in September of 2017 in Microcosm Publishing’s compilation Bikes in Space IV: Biketopia. His political satire "The Devil's Advocates" is currently available for free (the link to this story can be found on his Facebook page).