At Oculus Connect 6 today, ILMxLab showed off some new footage of the second installment of Star Wars: Vader Immortal, and in a surprise ending, Facebook announced the experience’s sequel is now available on both the Quest and Rift platforms.

Vader Immortal: Episode II (2019) is now available on Oculus Quest and Rift Platform for $10.

According to an Oculus blogpostEpisode II, players return to Mustafar to learn the ways of the Force—including new powers and lightsaber skills—from the legendary Sith Lord himself.

Here’s ILMxLab’s description of the experience:

Continue your journey into the heart of Darth Vader’s dark fortress in Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series – Episode II. With the fearsome Sith Lord as your guide, you’ll perfect your lightsaber skills against terrifying new enemies, and master the Force as you discover the truth of an ancient mystery beneath the fiery surface of Mustafar. Starring Maya Rudolph, Vader Immortal is a canonical Star Wars experience created by ILMxLAB and Lucasfilm in collaboration with Oculus Studios.

Check out the new trailer here:

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  • MC AZ

    Is it cross buy?

    nevermind, it is!

    • JesuSaveSouls

      Yes like the first

  • JesuSaveSouls

    I got it and what a nice surprise.

  • Jarilo

    Hopefully I can murder that side kick robot, damn was she annoying and not funny.

    • The Bard

      spoiler. you can’t :)

  • The Bard

    I bought it, played it. Took 40 minutes to finish, something like that. Plus, 1 hour of lightsaber training. I think… it was good, almost. The game is too linear, too easy, to static and TOO SHORT for 10 USD. I paid 20 USD already for EP1 and EP2 and not sure if I would pay for EP3, rather not. I was disappointed EP2 is that short. I was expecting it to bne at least a few hours gameplay, not to mention it is not Crysis 3 where you walk to new places the whole time, but you stay, listen, do something. Really, developers….don’t make EP3 like this. I will not buy it.