Disneyland Resort’s first VR experience by Lucasfilm and The Void is called Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire. The VR experience will open Jan. 5, 2018 at Downtown Disney in Anaheim. (Courtesy: The Void)
Come January, visitors to Downtown Disney will have a chance to virtually experience what it’s like going through a mission inside the Star Wars universe.
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ILMxLAB, Lucasfilm’s immersive entertainment arm, and its partner, The Void, released more information Wednesday, Oct. 11, on their new multi-sensory and hyper-reality experience called “Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire.”
The virtual reality experience debuts on Jan. 5, 2018, at Downtown Disney in Anaheim. It will be housed where the Vault 28 and Fossil retail stores used to be.
According to the Void officials, teams of up to four people will don virtual reality headsets and other technology that simulates walking through the molten planet of Mustafar.
As members of the rebellion, the team’s mission is to recover intelligence from Imperial forces.
The team, disguised as stormtroopers and strapped with blasters, will tag along with a K-2S0 droid and “navigate through an enemy facility walking into danger at every turn.” The members of the team will have to solve puzzles and fight lava monsters.
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Source:: The Mercury News