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'Blade Runner 2049'

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The pursuit

The car

A rainy night

The props

Medical kit

Eye scanner

Props from Blade Runner 2049

A weapon

Deckard's binoculars

Handcuffs

Wardrobe

A taxi

The cosplay

Are you a replicant?

The ambiance

Hungry?

CNET fans!

The Blade Runner 2049 Experience begins like many others at Comic-Con: with a line. But the good thing is that they give you a handy bracelet that identifies you throughout the exhibit.

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The VR experience is comes to life with Oculus and a very cool seat that makes it super immersive. 

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Roger Cheng was ready to enter the world of "Blade Runner 2049," the upcoming movie.

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The VR trip takes you on a chase through a futuristic LA in pursuit of a replicant. Once you take your Oculus headset off, you're transported to that future. 

In the picture we see the car used in the chase.

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A closer look at the car.

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The ambiance was dark, foggy and rainy. Everyone we encountered was in character.

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We also got to see some amazing props from both "Blade Runner" films.

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Wallace Corp medical kits.

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This eye scanner is used by officer K to identify replicants.

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Props are from the new film, which will be released in October 2017.

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One of the weapons we'll see in the upcoming film.

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Rick Deckard uses these binoculars when he's hiding out.

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A taste of the wardrobe we'll see in "Blade Runner 2049."

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Roger Cheng gets a ride, 2049-style.

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These cosplayers helped transport us to another world.

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Roger was scanned because the police thought he might be a replicant. But we got proof that he's 100 percent human.

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The cosplayers gave us a hint of what the film will look like.

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And this amazing bar speaks for itself!

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We met some CNET fans too!

Check our full coverage for more from Comic Con.

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