Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series Heads to PlayStation VR, August 25

Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series

Disney Electronic Content has announced Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series is heading to PlayStation VR during PlayStation’s State of Play livestream.

The game had previously launched on Occulus Rift back in 2019, with the game’s third and final part launching alongside the PlayStation 4 VR launch.

Players must travel to Vader’s fortress, and soon end up serving under him. Player will be trained to use lightsabers, and even the powers of the force.

You can find the State of Play trailer below.

You can find the full rundown (via PlayStation) below. (Editor’s Note: We have removed some bold text for easier reading)

Game Overview

Escape Darth Vader’s fortress on Mustafar and learn the secrets it holds in Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series from ILMxLAB.

Key Features

Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series is a cinematic, interactive experience that lets you step inside a galaxy far, far away into the role of a smuggler operating near Mustafar, the fiery planet that Darth Vader calls home. You’ll find yourself in a grand adventure where you can hone your lightsaber skills, navigate dangers, and come face to face with Vader himself.

In Episode I, you’ll meet new characters including your droid co-pilot Z0-E3, wield a lightsaber, and traverse Vader’s fortress to find out what he’s searching for.

In Episode II, with the fearsome Sith Lord as your guide, you’ll battle terrifying creatures and uncover ancient secrets beneath the planet’s surface and learn to master the Force.

In Episode III, with the fate of Mustafar in your hands, you will need to take everything you’ve learned along the way to face off in a final confrontation.

Each episode comes with a Lightsaber Dojo, an open-ended training mode where you can hone your skills with the weapon of a Jedi Knight and unlock different lightsaber hilts.

Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series is available on Occulus Rift, and PlayStation VR August 25th.

Image: PlayStation

Ryan Pearson


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