Star Fox Zero has been announced for Wii U. The game will consist of both air and land battles, and Nintendo showed it off at their E3 2015 Digital Event.
The Wii U GamePad will provide a first-person view of your craft, while the TV will depict a third-person view. The Wii U’s gyro function will be used to aim, and the buttons on the GamePad will be used to perform flips and also to transform your vehicles.
Vehicles featured in the game include: The Arwing, Landmaster, GyroWing.
Star Fox is based off of Japanese culture that inspired Miyamoto to create it, which is why the title is Star Fox Zero, since Miyamoto likes how the Japanese kanji character for zero (零) looks.