We don't have much longer to wait until EA releases Star Wars Battlefront II, with developer Criterion saying that "there is no VR" in the game.
The news came from Metro GameCentral, who talked with Criterion General Manager, Matt Webster, who said: "There is no VR. At some point we could sit down and spend a good number of hours talking about where VR needs to get to in order to work with that, because in something like this you're doing the job of a fighter pilot. And in the real-world that has a significant physiological effect on you, which would dramatically limit the audience".
Webster continued: "But making the VR demo absolutely informed the work we're doing now. So there's a lot of the VR mission's soul in Starfighter Assault".
Star Wars Battlefront II drops on November 17 for the PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
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