As all Star Wars fans know May 4th is the annual celebration of the franchise and to mark the occasion location-based entertainment (LBE) company The VOID will be holding a special discount for one day only.
Dubbed Star Wars Day, next Saturday The VOID will offer customers exclusive 4 for 3 pricing on Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire. Only available in select locations, the tickets can be purchased in-person or online via The VOID.com with promo code VOIDMAY4.
The select locations are:
- Santa Monica, California.
- Glendale Galleria, Glendale, California.
- Grand Canal Shoppes in The Venetian and The Palazzo Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Downtown Disney, Anaheim, California.
- Disney Springs, Orlando, Florida.
- Cinemark West Plano, Texas.
Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire up to four players take on a unique story in the Star Wars universe. Following orders from the rebellion, players travel to the molten planet of Mustafar and sneak onto an Imperial Base. Disguised as stormtroopers, they’ll have to use blasters, solve puzzles, encounter familiar Star Wars characters, and work together to succeed.
VRFocus went hands-on with Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire when it was available in London, finding that: “To say that Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire is a premium VR experience is putting it mildly.” Going on to add: “For those that have never tried even a basic VR setup Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire will certainly amaze. There were plenty of big smiles from the other groups finishing their session.”
The VOID has a range of VR experiences on offer, not just Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire. While you are there (and depending on the location) why not check out Nicodemus: Demon of Evanishment, a horror title set in Chicago during the 19th Century. Or for something a little lighter and colourful then there’s Ralph Breaks VR, created to complement movie Ralph Breaks the Internet.
There’s also Vader Immortal: A Star Wars VR Series to look forward to. Originally an Oculus Quest exclusive, the interactive experience has been confirmed for Oculus Rift and Rift S, arriving after the launch of Quest. For further updates on Star Wars VR content, keep reading VRFocus.