Star Wars: Tales From The Galaxy's Edge New VR Adventure

Yolanda Curtis
May 30, 2020

That's the pitch for Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge, which was announced by ILMxLAB and Oculus Studios.

The largest settlement on the planet Batuu, Black Spire Outpost is an infamous stop for traders, adventurers, and smugglers traveling around the Outer Rim and Wild Space. "Tales From the Galaxy's Edge" will include many game styles and various difficulty settings, which are created to attract casual fans and hardcore Star Wars fans.

This "storyLIVING", as Beck calls it, might be the safest, most responsible way to experience Galaxy's Edge for a while due to the pandemic, even if Walt Disney World and Disneyland eventually reopen and return to business as usual (or with precautions in place for as long as needed).


Vader Immortal wasn't particularly involved-open some doors, flail around with your lightsaber, toss around some stormtroopers-so hopefully Tales from Galaxy's Edge will draw from conventional games and loosen the reins a little.

A big selling point for those unable to travel to either Disney World in Florida or Disneyland in California is the ability to experience some part of Galaxy's Edge at home.

The objective of Star Wars Thrills is to put all the Star Wars news from the week of May 29, 2020 in one location. Multiple styles of gameplay as well as difficulty settings are included so that the experience can be enjoyed by a variety of players - from Star Wars fans to VR gamers. There's no word yet on what VR platforms the game will launch on yet, but considering it's being made in collaboration with Oculus Studios, you probably can expect it to launch on its headsets first, the Quest and Rift, before it comes to other platforms.


Ilmxlab broadcasts a new VR motion-adventure game based totally on the live-movement subject matter park attraction galaxy's aspect coming to oculus later this year.

With a new virtual reality experience, "guests can immerse themselves in these stories both inside and outside our parks", said Scott Trowbridge, Walt Disney Imagineering's creative executive. Visitors will be able to experience adventures that take place between the Star Wars films: The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, while interacting with characters, some of them unpublished.


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