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The world of Ori and the Will of the Wisps is wonderful, at all levels. Moon Studios has managed to create the perfect sequel, combining another story that will touch you from the first minute, like Ori and the Blind Forest, and at the same time will offer you a difficult challenge to complete, especially in the face of its final bosses.
However, there is a totally secondary mission that you probably didn’t know how to solve, the one that a Tokk entrusts you with, kindly asking you to open the door and find the artifact in the Midnight Burrows, just below the Aguatinta Swamp. How do you solve the puzzle of the bells?
First of all, don’t be in a hurry to get to the Aguatinta Swamp, because you will have to complete several quests from the main story first. Without going any further, run into Kwolok in his ravine and get the Impact skill, with which you can jump near beacons, projectiles or enemies by pressing LB.
We are not given any clues, except for certain menhirs in the background that slightly drop what we must do with the bells to open the door. It’s very subtle, though not as subtle as certain crystal hearts in Celeste, certainly.
Ori and the blind forest desolate ruins
The iam8bit store has confirmed that both titles of the Moon Studios saga will be released in their physical edition this December, but the same store has already made available for pre-order extra deluxe version that will feature Ori and the Blind Forest and Ori and the Will of the Wisps. The price of the Collector’s Edition seems to be around 150 US dollars. Attached below is the content that will be present in the aforementioned special edition, which however contains both Ori and Will of the Wisp, as well as Ori and the Blind Forest:
Ori and the blind forest skills guide
Ori and the Will of the Wisps is the sequel to the spectacular Metroidvania platform adventure, Ori and the Blind Forest. Our guide will tell you about the release date, weapons, spells, skills and some wallpapers so you can customize your desktop or phone to celebrate the upcoming game.
Ori and the Blind Forest is one of these games, and it stood out among the others as a tight platformer with beautiful graphics and an interesting story. If you liked the concept of a game like Hollow Knight but were scared off by the difficulty or the focus on combat, then Ori is a great game for you. Will of the Wisps is the sequel to that very popular game, and looks to expand on the concepts it did well, while improving on the things it lacked a bit (combat).
While Ori and the Blind Forest focused primarily on platforming, this sequel to the game will include a greater emphasis on combat. Because of that, we’re going to have a lot more options available in our arsenal. We now have access to not only melee weapons but also projectiles! There will also be side quests and many new areas to explore.
Guide ori and the blind forest
Undoubtedly one of the most striking abilities is the ability to change the force of gravity, which will allow us to run along walls, move upside down and even go through areas full of dangers (such as spikes) almost floating, without having to lean on them.
Of course, everything has a cost, and in this case it will be the control. Changing the direction of our movement will also change where we move the analog, and we will have to get used to it quickly, or we will end up going where we don’t want to go. For example, if we climb up the wall, up will become left; the best trick? Turn your head or don’t trust your intuition…