Come the end of May, Star Wars fans will be able to descend into the depths of Mustafar. Vader Immortal: Episode 1 is to be released at the end of the month.
2019 is a big year for Star Wars fans. With Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, The Mandalorian, Star Wars: Thrawn: Treason, and so much more. Vader Immortal: Episode 1 is another big release and we finally have an official release date.
Vader Immortal: Episode 1 will be officially available on May 21, 2019.
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If you haven’t heard of Vader Immortal, let me explain. Brought to us by ILMxLAB and Oculus, it’s a brand new VR experience that puts you in the heart of the world of Star Wars. A VR game series that will consist of three episodes, the Vader Immortal panel during SWCC gave us plenty of information about what to expect.
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An official trailer for the VR game was also unveiled during SWCC. Check it out for yourself just below:
Episode I will have you doing something you have only ever been able to dream of up until now, wield a lightsaber and deflect blaster bolts and potentially other projectiles back at those who sent them.
Episode II, which does not have an official release date, is expected to be all about Force abilities, so when it is released expect to be able to throw around object and people. Information about Episode III is still not available.
Are you looking forward to the release of Vader Immortal: Episode I? Will you descend into the depths of Mustafar the moment it is released? Drop a comment just below sharing your thoughts.
Vader Immortal: Episode I will be released on May 21, 2019.