Announced at Bethesda’s E3 2017 conference, there’ll be Fallout 4 VR coming in the near future. There weren’t a lot of details revealed about the VR experience, but one can expect there to be more as time progresses. Bethesda plans on being a leader in innovative gaming, and VR is the route that most company’s want to try out. It’s an immersive experience that allows players to take control of the game as if they were in it. This, like it or not, is the future of gaming. Doom VFR is also coming to VR.
That’s not to say that all games will be released primarily in VR, as that would turn off many gamers who prefer to play their games the way we’re all used to. Bethesda hasn’t confirmed whether or not Fallout 4 VR will be in full locomotion, but the game will support a variety of different locomotive options, at least. It’ll be released on the HTC Vive this October. Check out the trailer for the game below.
In addition to Fallout 4 coming to VR, the popular game will also be included in Bethesda’s Creation Club. Skyrim will also be included in the Creation Club. What exactly is the Creation Club? It’s a suite of mods that players can use to enhance their experience while playing. That ranges from new weapons to new armor to new little animals that you can place in your world. The Creation Zone will come to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Here’s the video explaining this new feature below.
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