The film, based on Blizzard’s World of Warcraft massively multi-player online roleplaying game, is due out next summer.
Don’t have a Google Cardboard? Legendary Pictures is giving 20 of them away to those who share a promotional Facebook post. And 50,000 more to Comic-Con attendees this week.
The app works great on the latest smartphones. But even though the ride over the city is pretty short, be prepared for a large download.
The app does not contain any film footage, but digital scenes created for the experience.
The app also includes two other experiences, “Beware Crimson Peak,” a preview of this fall’s Crimson Peak horror movie, and “Pacific Rim: Jaeger Pilot,” which puts you into the Pacific Rim movie, which came out last year — and which has a sequel slated for 2017.
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