Frank Oz Joins Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge

Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge Lands On 19 November Exclusively On Oculus Quest

You can check out the trailer and Frank Oz's appearance in the player below. It is set in the sequel trilogy-era where you will crash land on the Batuu planet and head to a bar from whence you will embark on a number of adventures, get yourself into some scraps, fix droids while also meeting various other Star Wars characters.

ILMxLAB announced today that Frank Oz will reprise the role of Jedi Master Yoda in the upcoming virtual reality adventure Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge. "After crashing on Batuu, you'll explore the outskirts of Black Spire Outpost, and learn how the actions of one person can change the galaxy". "With Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge, we're expanding the story beyond Black Spire Outpost, giving players the chance to discover never-before-seen characters and locations. I can't wait for players to meet the Jedi Master face to face in our first exciting tale". There's also a new Padawan character named Ady Sun'Zee, who it seems you'll be able to control, letting you wield a lightsaber in the game. It appears to be even more expansive and immersive than the Vader Immortal VR experience.

It has also been confirmed on the Oculus blog that the November release will constitute the first part of the Tales Of The Galaxy's Edge experience and that the second installment will be launched in 2021. "It's an immersive adventure that can only exist in VR". After landing on Batuu, the players will meet Bobby Moynihan's Seezelslak in his cantina from where they will get some quests.

It is described as "a whole new way to explore the world of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort and discover what exactly happens past the boundaries of Black Spire Outpost". They can also receive important missions to complete in the wilds of Batuu, encountering new and iconic characters along the way, like the pirate Tara Rashin (Debra Wilson).

Yoda's original voice actor, Frank Oz, will be joining Anthony Daniel's C-3PO in Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge, the Oculus Quest VR experience launching on November 19th.



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