Star Wars Game Vader Immortal Is Releasing On PS4

Vader Immortal, previously an Oculus exclusive, is heading to PlayStation VR this summer.

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Vader Immortal, the episodic Star Wars VR game released for Oculus Rift and Quest last year, is making the lightspeed jump to PlayStation VR. According to an announcement on the PlayStation Blog, the game is coming this summer and will include all three episodes and Lightsaber Dojo challenges together.

It was designed by ILMxLAB, an immersive experience studio founded in 2015. While Vader is the focal point of the plot, you actually play as a smuggler recruited by the Sith Lord to find an artifact. The story was written by screenwriter David S. Goyer (Terminator: Dark Fate, Man of Steel). It was awarded Best AV/VR game at the 2020 GDC Awards.

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This was announced as part of the Star Wars Day festivities, which comes every May 4. The unofficial fan holiday started as a pun, but has been quickly picked up by official channels as companies plan merch releases and other celebrations around the date.

This year, for example, Star Wars Battlefront 2 got its final content update and Disney+, the company's streaming service, released Rise of Skywalker, a Mandalorian documentary, and the final episode of the Clone Wars animated series. You can also pick up a bunch of Star Wars goodies on sale, including lots of Star Wars games on Steam.

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