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The sequel to ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'', announced at E3 2017.

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The sequel to Moon Studios' ''VideoGame/OriAndTheBlindForest'', announced at E3 2017.
2017 and currently set to be released on March 11, 2020 for UsefulNotes/XboxOne and Windows 10. Like its predecessor, it is a {{Metroidvania}} in which you play as the foxlike light creature Ori, now exploring beyond Nibel to unravel Ori's true destiny.



* LateArrivalSpoiler: The last scene in the E3 trailer shows [[spoiler:Kuro's last child]].



* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The last scene in the E3 trailer shows [[spoiler:Kuro's last child]]. Also qualifies as a LateArrivalSpoiler.


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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: The last scene in the E3 trailer shows [[spoiler:Kuro's last child]]. Also qualifies as a LateArrivalSpoiler.



%%* DarkerAndEdgier: The first trailer seems to imply this, considering the WhamShot of [[spoiler:Kuro's child and Ori finding what looks like a CreepyCemetery for [[GiantFlyer Kuro's kind]]]] at the end. The second trailer reinforces this by [[spoiler:having the forest seemingly ravaged by an encroaching darkness and a seemingly undead, skeletal owl confronting Ori.]]
%%* DisabledBadass: Ku has a malformed wing and takes his time learning to fly, but apparently can fly fairly well by the end of the trailer.
%%* EnergyBow: One of Ori's new weapons, along with a LaserBlade.
%%* EnergyEconomy: Soul Light acts as a currency
%%* FamilyThemeNaming: Kuro's child is named Ku.
%%* FetchQuest: A new mechanic for the game.
%%* FightingSpirit: Spirit trials feature you competing with the "ghosts" of other players, who are playing the game the same time you are.
%%* ForgottenFallenFriend: In the previous game, all of Ori's combat was handled by the tree-spirit Sein. But now that Sein has been merged back with her spirit tree, Ori seems to be doing just fine without her.
%%* LastOfTheirKind: Heavily implied with Ku.
%%* LaserBlade: Ori wields one.
%%* MinecartMadness: Ori is seen riding in what appears to be a minecart in the E3 2018 trailer.
%%* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Ori again, of course, but now also Ku too.



%%* SandWorm: One of the enemies in the Windswept Wastes, they are a threat while you are burrowing.
%%* SceneryPorn: Just like the first game.
%%* SpinOffspring: Focuses on the child of Kuro, the antagonist of the first game.



%%* TunnelKing: Ori becomes this after gaining the "Burrow" ability.
%%* WillOTheWisp: What appears to be the titular wisps show up at the end of the second trailer.

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%%* TunnelKing: Ori becomes this after gaining the "Burrow" ability.
%%* WillOTheWisp: What appears to be the titular wisps show up at the end of the second trailer.



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* DarkerAndEdgier: The first trailer seems to imply this, considering the WhamShot of [[spoiler:Kuro's child and Ori finding what looks like a CreepyCemetery for [[GiantFlyer Kuro's kind]]]] at the end. The second trailer reinforces this by [[spoiler:having the forest seemingly ravaged by an encroaching darkness and a seemingly undead, skeletal owl confronting Ori.]]
* DisabledBadass: Ku has a malformed wing and takes his time learning to fly, but apparently can fly fairly well by the end of the trailer.
* EnergyBow: One of Ori's new weapons, along with a LaserBlade.
* EnergyEconomy: Soul Light acts as a currency
* FamilyThemeNaming: Kuro's child is named Ku.
* FetchQuest: A new mechanic for the game.
* FightingSpirit: Spirit trials feature you competing with the "ghosts" of other players, who are playing the game the same time you are.
* ForgottenFallenFriend: In the previous game, all of Ori's combat was handled by the tree-spirit Sein. But now that Sein has been merged back with her spirit tree, Ori seems to be doing just fine without her.
* LastOfTheirKind: Heavily implied with Ku.
* LaserBlade: Ori wields one.
* MinecartMadness: Ori is seen riding in what appears to be a minecart in the E3 2018 trailer.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Ori again, of course, but now also Ku too.

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* %%* DarkerAndEdgier: The first trailer seems to imply this, considering the WhamShot of [[spoiler:Kuro's child and Ori finding what looks like a CreepyCemetery for [[GiantFlyer Kuro's kind]]]] at the end. The second trailer reinforces this by [[spoiler:having the forest seemingly ravaged by an encroaching darkness and a seemingly undead, skeletal owl confronting Ori.]]
* %%* DisabledBadass: Ku has a malformed wing and takes his time learning to fly, but apparently can fly fairly well by the end of the trailer.
* %%* EnergyBow: One of Ori's new weapons, along with a LaserBlade.
* %%* EnergyEconomy: Soul Light acts as a currency
* %%* FamilyThemeNaming: Kuro's child is named Ku.
* %%* FetchQuest: A new mechanic for the game.
* %%* FightingSpirit: Spirit trials feature you competing with the "ghosts" of other players, who are playing the game the same time you are.
* %%* ForgottenFallenFriend: In the previous game, all of Ori's combat was handled by the tree-spirit Sein. But now that Sein has been merged back with her spirit tree, Ori seems to be doing just fine without her.
* %%* LastOfTheirKind: Heavily implied with Ku.
* %%* LaserBlade: Ori wields one.
* %%* MinecartMadness: Ori is seen riding in what appears to be a minecart in the E3 2018 trailer.
* %%* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Ori again, of course, but now also Ku too.



* SandWorm: One of the enemies in the Windswept Wastes, they are a threat while you are burrowing.
* SceneryPorn: Just like the first game.
* SpinOffspring: Focuses on the child of Kuro, the antagonist of the first game.

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* %%* SandWorm: One of the enemies in the Windswept Wastes, they are a threat while you are burrowing.
* %%* SceneryPorn: Just like the first game.
* %%* SpinOffspring: Focuses on the child of Kuro, the antagonist of the first game.



* TunnelKing: Ori becomes this after gaining the "Burrow" ability.
* WillOTheWisp: What appears to be the titular wisps show up at the end of the second trailer.

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* %%* TunnelKing: Ori becomes this after gaining the "Burrow" ability.
* %%* WillOTheWisp: What appears to be the titular wisps show up at the end of the second trailer.


See the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kPSl2vyu2Y here]] and the gameplay trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd0zbNw1VOg here]].

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See the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kPSl2vyu2Y here]] and here]], the E3 2018 gameplay trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd0zbNw1VOg here]], and the E3 2019 gameplay trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2reK8k8nwBc here]].


%%NOTE: This is an unreleased work that is currently not available to the public. If you would like to add a trope based on promotional materials, please come discuss it in this thread: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=15514631230A64268600
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See the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kPSl2vyu2Y HERE]], and the gameplay trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd0zbNw1VOg HERE]].

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See the teaser trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2kPSl2vyu2Y HERE]], here]] and the gameplay trailer [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd0zbNw1VOg HERE]].here]].

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* FightingSpirit: Spirit trials feature you competing with the "ghosts" of other players, who are playing the game the same time you are.


* AnimalisticAbomination: Near the end of the E3 2018 trailer, a huge, vaguely owl-lkke creature attacks Ori.

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* AnimalisticAbomination: Near the end of the E3 2018 trailer, a huge, vaguely owl-lkke owl-like creature attacks Ori.


!!''Ori and the Will of the Tropes'':
* BigCreepyCrawlies: The E3 trailer shows an ''enormous'' spider in one shot.

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!!''Ori and the Will of the Tropes'':
Wisps'' contains these tropes:
* AnimalisticAbomination: Near the end of the E3 2018 trailer, a huge, vaguely owl-lkke creature attacks Ori.
* BigCreepyCrawlies: The Both E3 trailer shows trailers give us a look at an ''enormous'' spider in one shot.that appears to be infected with cordyceps fungi.



* LastOfTheirKind: Heavily implied with [[spoiler:the last child of Kuro due to the huge graveyard of giant owl skeletons]].

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* LastOfTheirKind: Heavily implied with [[spoiler:the last child of Kuro due to the huge graveyard of giant owl skeletons]].Ku.


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* MinecartMadness: Ori is seen riding in what appears to be a minecart in the E3 2018 trailer.

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Ori again, of course, but now also Ku too.


* SandWorm: One of the enemies in the windswept wastew, they are a threat while you are burrowing.

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* SandWorm: One of the enemies in the windswept wastew, Windswept Wastes, they are a threat while you are burrowing.

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* SandWorm: One of the enemies in the windswept wastew, they are a threat while you are burrowing.

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* DisabledBadass: Ku has a malformed wing and takes his time learning to fly, but apparently can fly fairly well by the end of the trailer.

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* FetchQuest: A new mechanic for the game.

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* EnergyEconomy: Soul Light acts as a currency


* SadlyMythtaken: The title comes from a false etymology for the word "WillOTheWisp".

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* SadlyMythtaken: The title comes from a popular false etymology for the word "WillOTheWisp".

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