By Jonathon Dornbush
March 15, 2016 at 09:42 PM EDT

If shooting down opponents in a galaxy far, far away on a TV screen isn’t exciting enough, PlayStation fans will have a new way to play Star Wars Battlefront later this year.

During the price and release window announcement of the PlayStation VR, Sony Computer Entertainment’s CEO and President Andrew House announced that a Battlefront experience is coming exclusively to the PS4 virtual reality headset, courtesy of EA, DICE, and Lucasfilm.

No details were provided regarding how the VR Battlefront experience would work in comparison to the traditional game, but House promised intel in the coming months.

The announcement was made alongside news that the PlayStation VR headset will cost $399 and launch in October. Fifty VR experiences for the headset are expected to release between its launch and the end of the year.

Battlefront is currently available for the PlayStation 4, as well as the Xbox One and Windows PC, and is set to receive its first major paid content update with the Outer Rim DLC pack in the coming weeks.