Ori and the Will of the Wisps: Will the Game soon be available on Nintendo Switch? Gameplay developments & Plot Details!!!

By Sanika Totade

Ori and the Will of the Wisps came in on 11th March 2020. With great reviews and positive feedbacks, this game has been a choice for many gamers. Recently, the developers of the game spoke about the game’s availability on Nintendo Switch in the coming months. Read on to know all about the gameplay developments, the plot of the game, and if it will be available on Switch anytime soon!

About the game-

Ori and the Will of the Wisps is an adventure video game. Moon Studios are the developers and Xbox Game Studios is the publisher for Xbox One and Microsoft Windows.

The creators of the game had released ‘Ori and the Blind Forest’ on the exact same date, 5 years ago. (11th March 2015).This game is a sequel to Ori and the Blind Forest.

The Plot-

The game is about Ori; a guardian spirit that has fallen from the spirit tree in the forest of Nibel. It is the journey of Ori. Initially, Ori is adopted by Naru. Upon his death, Ori is all alone. After being revived by the Spirit Tree Ori meets Sein.

The entire plot revolves around the complicated journey of Ori and Sein. The second part also deals with Ori figuring out what the future has in store for him.

Gameplay Developments-

Ori and the Will of the Wisps have the autosave function. It is an improvement considering many people found it to be a drawback in its prequel.  The gamer plays the game in Metroidvania. There are plenty of spaces and areas to explore in the sequel. They have also put a new ‘Shards’ system into use.

Will the game come on Nintendo Switch?

The makers of Ori and the Blind forest later made the game available on Nintendo Switch. In a recent Reddit session, people asked the head engineer of the game, Gennadiy Korol, if the sequel will make a release on Switch. To this, he said the following-

“Right now we don’t have anything to share when it comes to Ori and the Will of the Wisps port”

Taking this into account, it is safe to assume that Ori and the Will of the Wisps will not be coming on Nintendo Switch anytime soon

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Sanika Totade