Disney Shares Trailer for Immersive Vision Pro Marvel Story

Disney today shared a trailer for the hour-long interactive and immersive Disney+ Marvel story that is set to come to the Vision Pro on Thursday, May 30.

The Disney+ original from Marvel Studios is connected to the "What If...?" animated series and it will be released as a standalone app for the Vision Pro.

What If... You Were Chosen? Step into the Multiverse and harness the power of the Infinity Stones in this reality-bending story from Marvel Studios, ILM Immersive, and Disney+.

The Multiverse is in danger and The Watcher needs your help. Dangerous variants are hunting Infinity Stones and altering the fate of not only their realities, but yours as well. To save the fate of the Multiverse, you'll need to use your own hands to learn mystic spells, defend your allies in epic battles, and more. But, be careful... everything might not be all that it seems.

What If...? reimagines events from the Marvel Cinematic Universe in unexpected ways, and on the Vision Pro, fans will be able to step into the lead role of an immersive story that transforms the space around them.

There are multiversal variants of key Marvel characters, chances to learn mystic arts, and an opportunity to harness the power of the Infinity Stones. Marvel says that users will "cross between augmented and virtual reality" while going through the narrative adventure, interacting with the world using their hands and eyes.

The What If...? experience features new and iconic "breathtaking environments" from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with impressive visuals and support for spatial audio.

The Vision Pro immersive story is set to come out on Thursday, May 30.

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sw1tcher Avatar
8 weeks ago

Nooooooow this looks pretty cool. Would I spend $3500 to experience this? HEEEEEEEEEELL NO, Tim Cook can suck it. But this definitely looks very cool.
1) Buy Vision Pro
2) Subscribe to Disney+
3) Binge this
4) Return Vision Pro within 14 day return window
Score: 16 Votes (Like | Disagree)
HD_streetglide Avatar
8 weeks ago

No one is paying 3500 for the headset
Yes. People are. It’s not for everyone a there’s nothing wrong with that.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
charlesdayton Avatar
8 weeks ago
Marvel is just a shadow of its former self.

It’s never the same without actors like Robert Downy Jr. and Scarlett Johansson.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
nfl46 Avatar
8 weeks ago

No one is paying 3500 for the headset
You’re right. We’re paying $3,500 plus tax.
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
jakeowens Avatar
8 weeks ago

I was hoping the trailer would be in immersive video.

But May 30 is not very far away.
Just move your face really close to the screen ?
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
threesixty360 Avatar
8 weeks ago
I’ll never understand the hate for this product from actual tech enthusiasts. Tech like this will never be about “value”. If it was about value we’d never have anything. Everything starts expensive, OLED, big tv’s, computers etc. and everything has a narrow use case when it starts out. How many 4K films were then 4K tvs first came out?

Early adopters who are tech enthusiasts are meant to embrace new stuff with the flaws. That’s what it’s all about. Youre part of the journey to get it to mass market where, ten years down the line it’s cheap and content is everywhere. And you’re meant to get a buzz out of this stage. I see so many bloggers and YouTubers who are meant to enjoy the process at this stage just queuing up to hate it.

i thought tech people kinda “got this” part of the whole thing. But now every thing is based on “value“. it’s like asking whether a 200k Porsche has value. It’s just subjective and pointless at this stage. Just enjoy whatever good things the product has if you have the money and time. That’s it.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)