Ori and the Will of the Wisps was first announced at E3 back in 2017.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps, developer Moon Studios' gorgeous follow-up to the equally attractive Ori and the Blind Forest, will no longer meet its originally announced 11th February release date, and is now due to arrive a month later on 11th March. Over on Xbox Wire, Xbox Game Studios senior producer Daniel Smith explains that this delay was made was so that Microsoft and Moon Studios have "extra time to ensure that Ori fans get the best gameplay experience possible". It includes a copy of the game, an art book, a soundtrack CD, SteelBook case, and soundtrack MP3 files download.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps is an Xbox Play Anywhere title which means that buying it on one platform will unlock it for free on the other. The Xbox One and Windows 10 versions will also support cross-saves as well. It's not all bad news, though: as well as a lovely new trailer, Moon Studios has also revealed the pricing and pre-order details, confirmed that it will be a day-one launch into Xbox Game Pass, and that there will be a stylish Collector's Edition for Ori fans.The Ori and the Will of the Wisps Collector's Edition includes a Piano Collections Music CD, a nice black Steelbook, premium black packaging, an Art Book and the original soundtrack as an MP3 download.