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‘Star Trek’ VR Game Gets Tested By Stars Including LeVar Burton & Karl Urban

The actors were also joined by Jeri Ryan, known for her role as the Borg Seven of Nine “Star Trek: Voyager."

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During an E3 demonstration “Star Trek” stars LeVar Burton, who played Geordi La Forge in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” Karl Urban who plays Bones in the upcoming “Star Trek Beyond” film, and Jeri Ryan, known for her role as the Borg Seven of Nine “Star Trek: Voyager,” tried the new “Star Trek: Bridge Crew” virtual reality game.

The game includes four players who work together to pilot a starship. The actors, experienced in the “Star Trek” universe, had the opportunity to test out the new Ubisoft game before its release this fall and were pretty pumped about the experience.

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“This is amazing,” said Burton. “If I could have imagined what I would have wanted the ‘Star Trek’ VR game to be, this is it!”

The video shows the actors testing out the features, gives fans a sneak peek of what the game looks like and how the body controls certain effects.

“That was an extraordinary experience, to be fully encompassed in that world,” added Urban.

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Watch the entertaining video below and see how excited the actors were to test out the new “Star Trek: Bridge Crew” VR game.

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