Celebrating Star Wars 2019, fans can try out Immortal Vort: VR Series Star Wars virtual reality video game from ILMxLAB coming to Oculus Quest headset and Oculus earrings this spring (see the new trailer). But before Vader Immortal is available to the general public, I was able to get a preview of the experience, and let me tell you, I never felt so many lights
Vader Immortal: The Star Wars VR Series is one of the most enjoyable video game experiences I have ever had, and although it appears to have been simply applied to players' participation, it illustrates the possibility of virtual reality. in the world we are very pleased to escape onto the big screen. Find out more from my reaction Vader Immortal below.
First of all, unless you saw a virtual reality in Oculus headset, this we are dealing with:
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Beginning of the Story
The Vader Immortal preview begins with a trick of questions staring at you in front of a birch-armed imperial admiral who joins metal to inform you. you will be a person who is looking for Darth Vader, and it is clear that you are one of the various candidates considered Lord Dark Sith. -like helping Darth Vader, and address them in a manner sufficiently unhappy
Suddenly, Darth Vader appears to emerge from a background of lift. The family were always intimidating on the big screen, but Vader Immortal insists that he is far more progressive with the virtual reality format. You go over a tower, not a cartoon way, but enough to feel you are dealing with someone you don't want to cross. That's what makes testing your skills more important.
Vader gives you an ornate cube and it seems he could be a holly Jedi. It affects you to find out how to open it, which is much easier because you only need to press a button on one side of it. It's not just a puzzle, which is a little disappointing, and feel a little too simple. But the cube opens hard to expose blue blue crystals inside.
The admiral has been skeptical built and Darth Vader is happy, telling you, his counterpart, that you are just looking for. But first, you need to be more equal with the Force. And where your training comes into effect.
This is where most of experiences Vader Immortal greatly contributed to me, though it is not just part of the story since it's part of a lightsaber dojo you can play around outside the story. Using the controls in your hands, you take light lights in the middle of a room with one hand. And with a push button, you recognize it. The controller fills a bit because the hum of light fills lights for headphones. Because of how the Quest Oculus reacts gently to your movements, you think that this elegant weapon is annoying you. And then you have to use it to make protection and attack.
In a three-round training series, you must use a lighting lights to sign laser bolts from the same type of floating orb to Luke Skywalker's use in [Star Wars] : New Hope . After you deny some certain laser blasts, then you have to face with droid armed with a red-esque red blade. Wave the droid to arms around, preparing for an attack, and you must be satisfied that your lights will lights in the right block. If you prevent the first blow, you continue to defend until the droid is flustered, allowing you to slide through.
The use of light lights to deflect laser and spar like Jedi is most satisfying. I found myself rolling my hand in a taunting way and I wait for the first laser blast or other blade strike. The training orb moves and the droid around you at the same time in the third round of training, requiring you to make multiple care in your defense, moving in a 360 degree space, feeling like a full badass. No visual game is accompanied by the tolerance of a lightsman like Immortal Vader, and while the gameplay is quite simple yet, the experience is still aspiring.
The Way of the Future
is not just a small part of Vader Immortal he, it's hard to say how much better the gameplay gets by as the story continues. Any contact will tell you that the training is always much simpler than the actual game. But what motivates me the most about Vader Immortal is the potential this has for future immersion experiences in video games. This type of technology will not only improve, and if virtual reality can resist gameplay and stories that bring into our favorite lives, then the future of VR entertainment is bright.
Vader Immortal will be a lot of fun for those who allow the Oculus Quest headsul and the other Oculus convince them. I can't wait for the next thing the ILMxLAB comes to see, especially when it continues Vader Immortal . After all, there is only Episode I, so this story is likely to continue. But I'm sure there are many more experiences at ILMxLAB for their sleeve.
Oculus Quest launches this spring for $ 399, and released Vader Immortal at the same time. But it will also provide the other Oculus Rift headphones at some point.
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