For gaming fans across the UK eagerly awaiting the hotly anticipated launch of Starlink, the new intergalactic space game from Ubisoft, the wait may be over sooner than you think. While the game isn’t due for release until Tuesday 16 October, KidZania London – the indoor city run by kids at Westfield White City, is launching a brand new Starlink Space Station activity on Tuesday 14 August, giving gamers the chance to trial the game two whole months ahead of its official release.
The Starlink Space Station, created in partnership with Ubisoft, will aim to inspire visitors to learn more about the solar system by taking them on an exciting adventure through the living star system of Atlas.
Split over two rooms, Interstellar Space Cadets will first be briefed on their mission and learn all about Atlas, the real triple star system with seven planets. Cadets will then learn how to customise and create the space model of their dreams in the Starlink Battle for Atlas game, before embarking on a journey through the Atlas Star System by playing the game.
Testing and navigating their ship, they will explore how each planet has it’s own ecosystem, wildlife and secrets to uncover. Along the way, they’ll encounter many challenges that they will have to act upon carefully, encouraging strong thinking and problem-solving skills.