Trials on Tatooine was a true blast - no pun intended - but Vader Immortal kicks things up a notch in a number of respects.
The VR game and experience from ILMxLAB is coming to Oculus VR headsets this year, starting with the untethered Oculus Quest headset this spring, allowing you to see first-hand what it's like to work for Darth Vader. Check out the latest trailer for Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR series!
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Core members of the creative team behind Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series, the new ILMxLAB virtual reality experience, will gather for a panel on the main stage at Star Wars Celebration on Friday, April 12, at 1:30 p.m.
You will learn new, key details about the first episode, written by David S. Goyer, an award-winning executive producer and writer. Youre the lead character, said director Ben Snow. Vader Immortal isn't a VR movie that you passively watch. "Maya truly was the first person we thought of, right from the very beginning, and her contributions and sense of humor have guided ZOE3 every step of the way". Gamers will play as a smuggler who fly near the planet Mustafar where they must battle with Darth Vader, according to The Verge. "As a fan, I've always wanted to feel what it's like to be close to Darth Vader".
The voice cast includes Scott Lawrence (Star Wars Resistance, Battlefront II) as Darth Vader and actress May Rudolph (The Good Place, Bridesmaids) as a quick-witted droid co-pilot named ZOE3. The trailer features a bevy of lightsaber combat, and developers have confirmed a "lightsaber dojo" to practice and play in.More news: Amazon, Walmart trade barbs on taxes, wages
Oculus Quest unlocks new ways to create. There, you'll find a lightsaber and will have to use it to fight for your freedom.
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