The famous movie saga won’t be the only Star Wars
property to be getting the 3D treatment. Microsoft has unveiled at this year’s CES that Lucasarts’ Kinect Star Wars
will be supporting 3D functionality.
Imagine playing through famous locales of the Star Wars
universe, but in 3D! Microsoft has been demoing a podrace
level using the game’s 3D features. The pod’s engines float in front of you while you race through the desert sands of Tatooine. Meanwhile, Sand People are shooting at you as debris from the other racers fly towards your screen. Beyond that, other 3D sequences will be featured as well, such as Jedi battles and stomping around as a Rancor
While Microsoft has been eager to show off the blockbuster title, a new release date for the delayed title
has not been revealed as of yet. Kinect Star Wars
is set to release sometime this year.