• ILMxLAB released a new "Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge" trailer
  • The Oculus Quest-exclusive game brings back Frank Oz and Anthony Daniels
  • Set on the planet Batuu, players are placed in the role of a droid repair technician

The original voice actor for Yoda, Frank Oz, lends his voice to the iconic Jedi Master once more in virtual reality game “Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge.”

On Wednesday, ILMxLab revealed that Oz will join fellow Original Trilogy actor Anthony Daniels, who returns to voice nervous protocol droid C-3PO. Yoda appeared in the new trailer for “Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge,” which hits Oculus Quest on Nov. 19.

“Yoda is one of the most iconic characters in the Star Wars galaxy, thanks in large part to the incredible performance of Frank Oz,” director Jose Perez III said in a release. “Working with Frank to weave Yoda into the fabric of 'Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge' was an unforgettable experience and a dream come true. I can't wait for players to meet the Jedi Master face to face in our first exciting tale.”

“Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge” puts players in the shoes of a droid repair technician on the planet Batuu who discovers that anyone in the galaxy can become a hero. It is described as “a whole new way to explore the world of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort and discover what exactly happens past the boundaries of Black Spire Outpost.”

The trailer shows some interaction with a friendly alien bartender voiced by Bobby Moynihan and the Droid Depot proprietor Mubo. Check it out below.

The director revealed in an interview on the official “Star Wars” webite that the story will be anthological and will take place in different eras in the “Star Wars” story. Perez said he loves all things “Star Wars” and wanted to offer the freedom to play and explore in the different eras that the films have presented.

The main antagonist in “Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge” will be new character Tara Rashin, leader of the pirate-like Guavian Death Gang. Lead experience designer John Nguyen shared that players will be facing Tara Rashin throughout their experience on Batuu, leading to big and fun confrontations in the end.

Meanwhile, 2020 marks the 40th anniversary of Oz's first appearance as the Jedi Master in “Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.” From his initial encounter with Luke Skywalker on Dagobah, Yoda would be revealed as one of the greatest Jedi ever and would train young Luke in the ways of The Force.

Oz last voiced Yoda in 2017 as a Force ghost in “Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi.” Like “Star Wars” co-stars Daniels, Mark Hamill and James Earl Jones, he seems to still enjoy making sporadic appearances in the galaxy far, far away that George Lucas created 43 years ago.

That galaxy continues to thrive in video games as evidenced by titles like “Star Wars Squadrons” and crossovers with popular battle royale game “Fortnite.”

The second part of “Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge” is scheduled for release in 2021.

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