Starlink Battle for Atlas will head to PC later this month, Ubisoft has confirmed.
The toys-to-life title — now, without toys — will be available from 30 April. Those who have a controller attachment for Xbox One or PS4 can use it and toy components on PC, but otherwise, it’s just a normal game (and frankly, we prefer it that way).
The news comes as Ubisoft detailed more of the Switch’s exclusive Star Fox expansion. Also available on 30 April, the content will cost $11.99 and includes new pilots, ships, racing tracks and weapons. Those on Xbox One, PS4 and PC will receive a free update at the same time, full of similar (though non-Star Fox) items.
“As part of the free update, players can explore the Crimson Moon, theater of the Outlaw Games,” Ubisoft advised. “Players will be able to compete in all-new single-player and two-player split-screen racing tracks, fight waves of ruthless enemies in the Crimson Coliseum and see their rank and stats on leaderboards. The Crimson Moon will also impact the entire world of Atlas and let players engage with new faction story missions and weekly challenges. Additionally, players will be able to expand their roster and play through the new Crimson Moon content with five new pilots, three new starships and eleven new weapons available separately for digital-only purchase.”
Starlink: Battle for Atlas is available now on Xbox One, PS4 and Switch and heads to Windows PC on 30 April.