Both award-winning Ori titles, Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps, are now available for purchase with the bundle release of Ori: The Collection for the Nintendo Switch.
Ori: The Collection features Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition and Ori and the Will of the Wisps on a single cartridge for Nintendo Switch, as well as both award-winning soundtracks and six collectible art cards.
Ori: The Collection comes from iam8bit, Moon Studios and Xbox Game Studios, with global distribution from partner Skybound Games. Fans can order this double pack today for $49.99 USD at ori.iam8bit.com and retailers worldwide.
Separately and back by popular demand, iam8bit has also re-released Ori Collector’s Edition which includes physical editions of both Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition and Ori and the Will of the Wisps for Nintendo Switch as well as a variety of other collectible items, including a majestic stained glass-style art piece. The Ori Collector’s Edition was one of the most sought after collector’s editions of the year in 2020 and will be available exclusively on iam8bit.com and shipping in 2021!
The Ori franchise first launched in March of 2015 with the release of Ori and the Blind Forest. The debut title received overwhelming praise, garnering over 50 awards and nominations, including Best Art Direction from The Game Awards, the BAFTA Games Award for Artistic Achievement, DICE Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Original Composition, Art Direction and Animation.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps launched in March 2020 with Xbox Game Pass, and was met with similar admiration, nominated for several awards from the 2021 Game Developer’s Choice Awards, BAFTA Game Awards, D.I.C.E. Awards, SXSW Gaming Awards, as well as the Golden Joystick Award. The title was dubbed a Metacritic Must-Play title at launch, and received overwhelmingly positive reviews from media and fans alike, with GamesRadar+ calling it “one of the best platformers ever made, and… an easy front-runner for game of the year.”