Monday , October 23 2017

Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine trailer will have you pre-ordering the HTC Vive in no time

Star Wars - Trials on Tattooine
It’s been a big year for Star Wars fans, and with Virtual Reality set to take off this year a combination of the two was inevitable. Just how good the new game trailer for Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine, which is launching for the HTC Vive, looks though caught us completely off guard. Take a look.

The game will utilise the ‘room-scale’ technology of the HTC Vive, allowing you to move around the room as you participate in light sabre and blaster battles, and iwll include effects created by Industrial Light and Magic, the original team behind Star Wars.

If you’re like us, we’re already thinking the $1,400 price tag is looking pretty worth it right now. You can pre-order the HTC Vive from HTC now, with units due to start shipping in April.

 
Source: Road to VR.
Via: @androidCentral.

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8 Comments on "Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine trailer will have you pre-ordering the HTC Vive in no time"

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Looks fairly on rails to me, if your play area is restricted to the ‘room scale’ I’d rather have an Oculus Rift and a joypad to move.

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Agree the trailer looks great…..but $1,400 on first version hardware? Hmmmm …. tough ask I think.

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