Ori and the Will of the Wisps is gonna make me cry all over again

No, I'm not crying, it's just rain from the trailer of the new Ori game, called Ori and the Will of the Wisps. Composer Gareth Coker arrived on the stage to play a somber little tune to announce the arrival of the new game, which features gorgeous visuals, haunted wooded areas, and the return of the glowing guardian spirit.

And of course, it wouldn't be complete without a sad owl looking out at the dessicated husks of what is probably its parents. No, you're crying.

No real gameplay shown, but it's probably a good bet that it'll retain a lot of the metroidvania action and difficulty of the previous game. No release date either, which is a shame, but at least I should have plenty of time to stock up on tissues.

Make sure you check out our full E3 2017 schedule to stay tuned for all the details as they arrive, and check out our roundup of all the E3 2017 trailers.

David Roberts
David Roberts lives in Everett, WA with his wife and two kids. He once had to sell his full copy of EarthBound (complete with box and guide) to some dude in Austria for rent money. And no, he doesn't have an amiibo 'problem', thank you very much.