Two-player AR lightsaber battles come to Star Wars: Jedi Challenges
Lenovo and Disney made a Star Wars air headset last year called Star Wars Jedi Challenges that allows anyone to play light saber games in their home with pop up, 3D holograms powered by their own phone.
But those Jedi games were played solo.
I did the force push.
The newest software update allows multiplayer battles.
Which is fun provided you actually have two Jedi Challengers AR Headsets somewhere.
The games timing base making each person match a ramdom pattern of ducks, swipes, and blocks to win.
It's exhausting but pretty fun.
Lord [UNKNOWN], you shall now face your downfall.
Lenovo and Disney say that there may be chances of two headset hardware bundles, but that won't be cheap.
And this is one of the first home multi-player AR games we've tried.
For a few minutes, at least, Our office Jedi urges were satisfied.
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