Any real Star Wars fan knows that fear is a path to the dark side, as it leads to anger, and then suffering. Jedi Challenges, though, access to the antagonistic side of the Force is now available through their mobile apps.
The new Dark Side expansion, available through the updated Companion app for iOS or Android, gives players the ability Kylo Ren
The third expansion to the game thus extends the augmented reality experiences to other aspects of the space opera with ship battles. This game mode enables players to pilot Imperial Star Destroyer or a Rebel Mon Calamari Cruiser and engage in dogfights with others in local multiplayer fashion. In a twist on the usual flight simulator gameplay, calibrated shields, deploy support ships, or command bomber runs.
Unlike Holochess, which is updated to be a mobile device via ARKit, the Dark Side expansion Star Wars: Jedi Challenges set, which includes the Lenovo Mirage headset, a lightsaber controller, and a beacon tracker.
As Yoda said, "Once you start down the dark path, it will dominate your destiny forever," so players will not be able to explore this updated dark side of the game , Luckily for them, Lenovo is offering limited edition players Kylo Ren lightsaber controller that wants to make it clear to other players, especially in the duel mode.
The optional accessory will be available starting Nov. 15 for $ 99 directly from Lenovo as well as Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart, and other retailers just in time for the holiday shopping season.
Those who buy the full version of the $ 199 will have to pay $ 99 at Amazon and even lower on other sites. Best buy units are even more affordable.
In our hands-on with the device last year, we conclude that it's a decent value for fans of the franchise price.
Since then, Lenovo has shown its intent on keeping the game fresh with new content and game modes.
So if you did not buy yourself or someone you love the first mainstream (yet limited purpose) AR headset for Christmas or Hannakuh last year, now