Vader Immortal Launch Trailer Reveals PlayStation VR Release Date

Brenda Watkins
August 8, 2020

Along with the launch trailer for the Star Wars VR game, ILMxLAB revealed during Sony Interactive Entertainment's State of Play broadcast that the game is coming to PlayStation VR on August 25.

A three-party experience, Vader: Immortal takes place on the lava-drenched planet of Mustafar, which also houses Darth Vader's fortress. That includes learning to master the Force and wield iconic lightsabers that you can practice in Darth Vader's training dojo. The three episodes will be sold as a single purchase at $29.99 MSRP, bringing the complete VR trilogy together for players and fans.

Following its release on the Oculus Quest, Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series has finally set a release date for its arrival to PlayStation VR!

The PlayStation VR hardware has had its fair share of ups-Astro Bot and Tetris Effect say hello-and titles that feel like undercooked proof of concept tech demos instead of full games. while it's limited tech made it more affordable than other VR platforms, it also caused a lack of games that appear on those other more powerful PC-based VR devices.

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Sony released the official Vader Immortal trailer on their official PlayStation YouTube channel, after first revealing it in their PlayStation State of Play digital event.

Written by David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight) and directed by Ben Snow (Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire) in collaboration with the Lucasfilm Story Group, Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series features the voice talents of Scott Lawrence (Star Wars Resistance) as Darth Vader and Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids) as your witty droid sidekick ZO-E3.

The Vader Immortal uncover for PSVR isn't the main Star Wars related news to hit in the course of the most recent week.

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