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《Vader Immortal》

2020-09-17 09:53:21 4

The brand-new Oculus Quest was announced at Oculus Connect 5 held in San Jose, which is an integrated virtual reality system that uses six degrees of freedom and a touch controller to provide a completely immersive experience. It is expected to meet consumers next spring, and the price is $399. Developers can now use unreal engine 4 to start building high-quality games and applications for Oculus Quest.

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Oculus Quest will include popular unreal Rift games, such as Moss and Mechanical Reloading. In addition, ILMxLAB also announced the long-awaited VR project-the first of the Star Wars trilogy, and the Vader Immortal: Star Wars VR Series will be released simultaneously during the launch in 2019. Vicki Dobbs Beck, director of ILMxLAB, and David S. Goyer, an acclaimed screenwriter and executive producer, appeared on the same stage to announce this surprising news. In addition to the official series of works, they also announced that ILMxLAB will cooperate with Oculus, and shared the official trailer at the end of the live keynote speech, so that consumers can get a sneak peek. The mission of ILMxLAB is to let fans' walk into our story', and "Vader Immortal: Star Wars VR Series" represents an important step forward for us to make unremitting efforts to fulfill our mission. Dobbs Beck said, "Our Oculus partners have the same ambition as ILMxLAB, and are committed to using Oculus hardware to inject vitality into the fascinating immersive narrative. We will also invite fans to experience the Black Warrior for the first time." This series takes place between Star Wars Part III: Revenge of the Sith and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and is related to the fixed-point surreal experience Star Wars: Secrets of Empire, which is also produced by ILMxLAB and The VOID in unreal engine.


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