Apple Vision Pro and Marvel Studios’ New Interactive ‘What If…?’ Game Lets Fans Play the Hero

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Time. Space. Reality. These are three of the elements you can control in Marvel Studios’ What If…? – An Immersive Story, a new interactive original experience for the Apple Vision Pro inspired by the animated series of the same name.

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One-part series original and one-part video game, What If? is available as a free app starting on Thursday, May 30, exclusively for the tech company’s mixed-reality headset.

Watch 'What If…? – An Immersive Story' on Apple Vision Pro

At a Glance: How to Watch What If…? – An Immersive Story Online

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With the guidance of Wong in What If…? – An Immersive Story, you help the Watcher bring balance and peace to the Multiverse, as you learn mystic spells and use the power of the Infinity Stones in conflicts and battles against Thanos, Hela, The Collector and Red Guardian. It also features appearances by the Scarlet Witch, Carol Danvers, Gamora, Nebula and others.

“Utilizing the revolutionary spatial computing capabilities of Apple Vision Pro, [the app] will deliver a technologically advanced and engaging experience to fans that completely transforms the space around them,” according to a Disney+ release. “As [users] step into breathtaking environments, they will cross between mixed and virtual reality as they enter new and iconic MCU locations. Fans will use their hands and eyes to interact with the world around them, becoming immersed with stunning visuals and spatial audio, and work to save the fate of reality as they live out their narrative journey. Together, these groundbreaking features and more will remind them that time, space, and reality are more than a linear path.”

Below, watch the What If…? trailer and learn more about where to stream the Marvel Studios series that inspired it.

Watch 'What If…? – An Immersive Story' on Apple Vision Pro

Where to Play What If…? — An Immersive Story Online

The only way to watch and play What If…? — An Immersive Story is on the Apple Vision Pro. The augmented and virtual reality headset starts at $3,499 for the 256GB model; learn more and buy it with free shipping or local store pickup at

The app is free for a limited time on the App Store for the Apple Visio Pro; get it here beginning on May 30.

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Watch What If…? on Disney+: Best Streaming Deals

The Apple Vision Pro experience is based on the Marvel Studios animated series What If…?, now in its second season. The first and second seasons are available to stream with a subscription to Disney+, which starts at $7.99 monthly with ads. However, you can go commercial-free for $13.99 monthly, or $139.99 yearly. The streaming service is also home to movies and TV shows from The Walt Disney Company, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, Pixar Animation, National Geographic and more.

One of the best streaming deals to stream What If…? is with the Disney Duo bundle, which comes with the commercial-supported versions of Hulu and Disney+ for $9.99 monthly — that’s a nearly 40 percent savings altogether.

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In addition, the Disney Trio offers Hulu, Disney+ and ESPN+, all with ads, for $14.99 monthly — about a savings of 45 percent off compared to signing up for separately. You can even go somewhat commercial-free with Disney Trio Premium. It includes the commercial-free versions of Hulu and Disney+ and the commercial-supported version of ESPN+ for $24.99 monthly.

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For cord-cutters, Hulu + Live TV comes with Disney+ and ESPN+ for $76.99 per month for the commercial-supported package, or $81.99 per month to get the commercial-free versions of Disney+ and Hulu.

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If you’re a Verizon customers, then you can add the Disney Bundle for $10 to your plan and save $8.99 per month on your subscription, as a whole. Learn more about the Disney Bundle and Verizon here.

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