Bethesda has announced that they have been working on VR content for their IPs and are finally ready to show some of what they have been working on. They also announced that at E3 attendees will be able to try out Fallout 4 VR as well as take a VR tour of the new Doom game. Fallout 4 will be fully playable in VR allowing you to get an uniquely immersive experience from Fallout 4.
— Bethesda Softworks (@bethesda) June 13, 2016
You’ll be able to explore the world of Fallout 4 with Dogmeat, actually use your Pip-Boy like you would in real life, and experience combat in a much more immersive way. Of course we still don’t know how Bethesda plans to deal with the confined space of people’s homes as the play Fallout 4 VR or how things like V.A.T.S. will work with VR, so stay vigilant as time goes on for more information on how Fallout 4 VR will actually function. Bethesda says that they want to get Fallout 4 released on VR headsets within the next 12 months
Fallout 4 VR will most likely be coming to the HTC Vive in 2017.
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