Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine trailer finally puts a lightsaber in our virtual hands

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After Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ remarkable success, it’s no surprise to see Star Wars make the leap to VR through the upcoming for HTC Vive. While Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine is a virtual reality experiment and not a new Star Wars game, it still means Star Wars in a compelling virtual reality environment. Who could say no that?

Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine trailer released

With the HTC Vive running Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine, you’ll get the chance to experience Star Wars in virtual reality for the first time. A major plus for this experience is Industrial Light and Magic’s involvement in its development. As the studio famed for its graphical expertise after developing the now legendary special effects for the Star Wars series, we can expect to see an incredibly memorable Star Wars experience.

If you’re interested to see how Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine looks in action, you’ll be pleased to know that trailer for it was recently released. The trailer features icons like the Millennium Falcon, R2-D2, and even Stormtroopers you can fight off using a lightsaber in virtual reality. The trailer looks rather promising and judging by its footage, we expect to have amazing combat sequences in virtual reality.

Star Wars: Trials on Tatooine is our first chance to experience Star Wars in virtual reality, so obviously we’re pretty excited about it. Unfortunately, no information regarding its release is currently available but we expect to see it as a launch title for HTC Vive. As for the trailer, check it out below:

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