Buy an Oculus Quest and get Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series Free
If you’ve been thinking about buying an Oculus Quest this holiday season then you may want to hold off for a day or two – especially if you’re a Star Wars fan. Oculus has just announced that it’ll be bundling the entire Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series with every Oculus Quest for a limited time.
Earlier this month ILMxLAB and Oculus revealed that the third and final instalment of the series would be released tomorrow, Thursday 21st November for eager fans. Episode 3 combines all the skills players have learnt from the previous two, offering epic lightsaber duels in combination with Force powers.
Coming face to face with Stormtroopers, Imperial Officers and eventually Darth Vader himself, players will also get to use an Imperial Blaster and thermal detonators for the first time.
So the new deal is simple. Purchase an Oculus Quest between 21st November and 31st January 2020 and you’ll get the entire Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series for free (valued at $29.97 USD). The offer applies to any new Oculus Quest, so it doesn’t matter where you buy it, from the official website, third-party retailers, anywhere as long as it’s new. This also applies to territories, wherever an Oculus Quest is sold you’ll get the deal.
Obviously there are a bunch of terms and conditions, the one worth noting is: “Qualifying Product must be activated within 30 days of purchase to receive Offer Item.” Alas, if you’ve just bought the headset the offer won’t apply: “Not valid on prior orders or purchases,” notes Facebook.
For any Star Wars fan Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series is an essential part of the Star Wars universe because its regarded as canon. The series is set between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope and has been written by David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight, Blade). It features Maya Rudolph (Bridesmaids, Big Mouth) as your droid sidekick, ZO-E3, while Scott Lawrence plays Darth Vader.
With Black Friday coming up later this month there could be more deals from Oculus, on both hardware and software. If that happens, VRFocus will let you know.