'Star Wars Battlefront’ News: Get Ready To Fly With X-Wing VR Missions

For the multitude of “Star Wars” fans, one aspect of the film are those catfights we see on the big screen. With the aid of technology, players get the chance to live the dream of being an “X-Wing” fighter with the upcoming “Star Wars Battlefront X-Wing VR Mission” offering.

All this was made possible thanks to the joint collaboration of DICE and Criterion Games (the same group that brought behind “Burnout”). A small teaser on the upcoming VR experience for “Star Wars Battlefront X-Wing VR” was shown at the EA press conference as part of E3, a promising experience that gamers will surely look forward to.

Criterion producer James Svensson is optimistic that the whole new environment that gamers will find them in once “Star Wars Battlefront X-Wing VR Mission” is out will be like no other via IGN.

Aside from the fact that gamers can get a better close-up view of familiar elements like the “Blockade Runner” or a “Star Destroyer”, it is only once players get to engage hostiles in-game that will spur up the challenge brought forth by “Star Wars Battlefront X-Wing VR Mission”.

Most who have lived witnessed “Star Wars” through the movies have likely kept tabs on what it takes to be an “X-Wing” fighter pilot, something that is interesting but by no means requiring a good mix of wits and technical skills.

The years have seen iterations where joysticks or even standard game console controllers try to place gamers’ close to the flying tactics but virtual reality will take everything to a different and more realistic level on “Star Wars Battlefront X-Wing VR Mission” as mentioned on the Playstation blog.

With so much promise, the next thing fans will want to know is when “Star Wars Battlefront X-Wing VR Mission” will officially come out. To date, there is no official word on that though more light on the subject should be known when the PlayStation VR launches on October 13, 2017.

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