During yesterday's E3, Nintendo announced the upcoming Star Fox game on Wii U, which was hinted at last year, would be titled Star Fox Zero. Nintendo also mentioned during their Treeehouse event that it was being co-developd by Platinum games, the studio that developed The Wonderful 101, Bayonetta 2, and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance.
The trailer shown during yesterday's E3 showed that players could use the Airwing, the Walker which was in the unreleased Star Fox 2 game, the Gyrowing hovercraft, and the Landmaster tank.
Miyomoto revealed during the trailer that this game would have the gamepad as a cockpit/first person view, and that the player can use the gyro/motion controls on the Wii U gamepad to aim and look around. The trailer also showed that some vehicles could transform, and Miyamoto said that some levels can be replayed with different characters.
At this time, there are no plans for online multiplayer. Miyamoto stated in an interview:
"So, we're really prioritising getting this new game playing at 60 frames-per-second, in previous Star Fox games we had focused a lot on dogfighting, but here we're really focused more the single-player experience. Of course, as we continue on and once people get a feeling for the game... as the process continues if we find that we do think it'd be really good we'll definitely consider it, but right now we're not."