Starlink toy production stopped due to low sales

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Starlink toy production stopped due to low sales

Ubisoft have announced that they've ceased production of the Starlink: Battle for Atlas add-on toys due to disappointing sales. Following in the footsteps of Disney Infinity, Ubisoft are the latest studio to fail to find a winning combination of video game and physical toy.

In a statement on the official website, Ubisoft said:

Starlink: Battle for Atlas has been a passion project for us from the start, and we are incredibly proud of the modular Starship technology we have developed, and how well players have responded to it.

Despite the immense and continuous support from our players, the sales for Starlink: Battle for Atlas fell below expectations. Consequently, we recently made the decision to not release any additional physical toys for the Spring update and in the future.

Despite ending production of the physical toys, development on the game continues with Ubisoft telling fans they are currently hard at work on their biggest update to the game so far with additions including new digital ships, pilots and weapons to collect.

If you're keen to get hold of the physical toys before they all sell out you can pick the starter pack up at one of the retailers below...

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