Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – Last Call is a sequel to last year’s VR adventure that takes us back to the planet Batuu from the real Disney Park attraction.
Due to the launch of this fall exclusively on Oculus Quest and Oculus Quest 2, Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge – Last Call puts you once again in the boots of a droid repairman whose ship crashes on the planet Batuu after it has been attacked by some pirates. Like the first Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge, Last Call is being developed in collaboration between ILMxLAB and Oculus Studios, which you know from Father Immortal: A Star Wars VR series.
“Welcome back to Batuu! Dok-Ondar has retired to Seezelslak’s canteen and he has a job for you. The infamous itorian sends you deep into the Batuuu wilderness in search of a lost artifact. You go with the relic hunter Lens Kamo and fight the evil baron Attsmun, “said game director Jose Perez III in a press release.” We are super excited to continue to expand the Star Wars galaxy and hope fans swing by for the last call. “
Although based on a similar premise, Last Call introduces a trio of new characters and explores characters from the first game in more depth. Of the new characters, we have the aforementioned Lens Kamo, “the bad daughter of learned parents”, who becomes your most important companion in the story. Then there’s the big bad baron Attsmun, with whom Lens Kamo has an unresolved dispute over some stolen relics. And finally, Dok-Ondar is the character who hires the player for a job and ultimately entangles you in Lens Kamo’s mess with the baron.
In terms of gameplay, Perez said StarWars.com that a large portion of Last Call “has strong Indiana Jones and Star Wars vibe,” as well as plenty of puzzles to keep players busy.
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