Star Fox Zero is Single Player Only
Star Fox Zero is Single Player Only

Nintendo have announced that Star Fox Zero for Wii U, will not feature any multiplayer modes and will be strictly single player only. In an interview with our friends at IGN, Shigeru Miyamoto talked about how his team wanted to focus on creating a single player experience.

“So, we’re really prioritizing getting this new game playing at 60 frames-per-second. In previous Star Fox games we had focused a lot on dog-fighting, but here we’re really focused more the single-player experience.

“Of course, as we continue on and once people get a feeling for the game… as the process continues if we find that we do think it’d be really good we’ll definitely consider it, but right now we’re not.”

It’s great to hear this from Nintendo as the game will hopefully be more polished and feature a content rich single player campaign. Here are some screenshots of the game in action with some of the unique environments players will find themselves in.

Star Fox Zero was announced today at Nintendo’s E3 Digital Event and showed off a ton of gameplay footage for the game, which you can watch below.

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The game will be coming to Wii U later this year and we can’t to see more of it. During the Nintendo Direct Miyamoto talked about the development process of Star Fox Zero and its historic roots in Japanese culture, which you can watch below.

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Seamus Mullins
Gamer of every genre, but often prefers just buying games and looking at them and the pretty covers rather than ever playing them. A writer from Australia, currently studying Journalism and hoping to make it big one day in writing.

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  1. Looks like a dang phone app…

  2. The original StarFox and StarFox 64 were incredibly short games… and now this one won’t have any multiplayer component? It better be a decent length, or launch with a $30 price tag.

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