While we wait to see Jedi Fallen Order Chapter 2, there is another video game set in the Star Wars universe that could be all you need now and in the future.
The distant galaxy has begun its journey in the form of film But the success of the original trilogy signed by George Lucas quickly expanded the Force-dominated universe in all dimensions and above all in various media. Video games have a long history afterwards What happened on screen with the results, it wasn’t always up to par.
And in fact, when trying to round up the best games on the list, it’s easy to turn up all those titles that, rather than slavishly following movies, have tried to run more than a few. risk. This is the case, for example, of Jedi Fallen Order It is the next jedi survivor he was with Dark forces And My grandfather is outcast. All that has been missing so far is a video game in the Star Wars universe that could be worth Take advantage of virtual reality. And now this space has also been filled.
The Force works hard in VR
There is no denying the technological development that will allow us to fully enjoy Jedi Survivors but when The game works fine We are also able to appreciate it beyond and outside of technology. This is the case, for example, for video games released in the early 2000s including Dark Force and Star Wars Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast. Jedi Knight 2 was released several geological eras ago, in the early 2000s Almost perfect address.
And perfection comes from the fact that even with all the limitations of technology over 20 years ago Game mechanics Which mixes the use of lightsabers with firearms is something that even today would be advanced.
Jedi Outcast was only missing one an item. Item up now thanks to the team that identified itself Tim Beef And he embarked on a construction project Transfer From Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast in VR game. To be able to experience it in immersive 3D VR scenes, you obviously have to own the original PC game because the project, abbreviated as JK-XR, still needs to rely on Jedi Outcast in order to run. But the idea of being able to move your head and hands and thus wield a lightsaber or master the Force is worth the inconvenience.
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