Relative gearing is the same in both cases. (35/33*4.46~=4.7) With the 35's you will be dealing with not only a heavier Bronco to accelerate/brake, but you also get hit double because of the moment of inertia of the tires. 33's will be quicker. Off road this doesn't really matter and then it is just gearing.33s and 4.46 will probably feel slower than 35s and 4.70s. Obviously the 35s will ride better than 33s on the same size rim by nature of having more sidewall to cushion the ride.
I expect ride will be closer to a 4Runner than a Jeep. Also think the Wildtrak will probably have a little better ride if its set up for high speed desert running (thinking Raptor lite). Raptors get a lot of love around here because the roads are so bad, not because anyone takes them off road (they are way to wide for most trails around here, heck a regular F150 is too wide).I truly cannot understand why everybody thinks the Bronco will "ride" poorly???
offroaders such as this are typically too far on the soft side for folks who drive in a sporting manner.
Now, how will it "handle"? Unsure, but I'll bet there will be a lot of body lean on exit/entrance ramps.