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Feel the force and save £20 on the Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR Bundle

Feel the force and save £20 on the Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR Bundle
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If you've ever wished you could immerse yourself into a certain galaxy far, far away like never before, then this Cyber Monday Star Wars deal is for you. Well then look no further than Lenovo’s Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR bundle, which packs in a Lenovo Mirage headset, a lightsaber controller and tracking beacon for one low Black Friday price. This bundle would normally set you back roughly £50, but it'sd going for only £29.97 at ebuyer right now.

So what does your hard-earned cash get you? Well, you’ll get all the accessories needed for completing your Jedi training as listed above, as well as access to the relevant app required for accurately mimicking the ways of the force. Once downloaded, the Mirage headset communicates with your phone to then let you enjoy a whole host of Star Wars themed modes centred around lightsaber battles, Holochess and more.


Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR Bundle | just £29.97at ebuyer (save £20)
Step into the world of Star Wars with this great deal on the Lenovo Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR set.

Whether you’re into the classic 70s trilogy or the more recent adventures of Rey, the Jedi Challenges AR Bundle features content from across all eras. So, don’t delay and become one with the force for this incredibly tempting early Cyber Monday deal. As Cyber Monday game deals go, this isn't a bad one, and a lot of it's allure will be in it being an original bit of tech offering a fun and cool way to jump into the world of Star Wars. Without having to build a spaceship.

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Aaron Potter

Aaron is a freelance writer who appreciates a good video game story just as much as great visuals and gameplay. Having covered the subject for places like WIRED, Den of Geek, PLAY Magazine, NME, PC Gamer and more, he’s well equipped to discuss a range of topics and industry goings-on through in-depth features, developer interviews and thoughtful reviews. His favourite game ever is 2005’s TimeSplitters: Future Perfect, a madcap character shooter from the makers of GoldenEye 007 that he first played whilst on holiday in Butlin’s Minehead. Because who needs to have fun in the sun, anyway?