Bethesda Talks Fallout 4 VR at E3

Bethesda held its E3 press conference and during the event it talked about Fallout 4 VR. One of the tidbits that came out of the talk was the fact that the VR adaptation is coming only to the HTC Vive in October reports Gamespot. At least the HTC Vive was the only platform that was mentioned during the event.

When Bethesda talked about the VR version of Doom called Doom VFR it specifically talked about the title coming to the HTC Vive and PSVR. Fallout 4 was shown off on stage with a new trailer that focused on gameplay elements like shooting and conversational moments in the game. If you have played Fallout 4, you know there is a lot of dialog in the game.

The VR version of Fallout 4 also has a town building mode that lets gamers create their own cities. E3 marks the first time that Fallout 4 VR and Doom VFR were shown off to the public even though both had been talked about before.

Bethesda’s Pete Hines says that Fallout 4 VR makes the game look incredibly realistic everywhere you turn your head and promises that the game will blow your mind. Fallout 4 VR will land this October. The HTC Vive sells for $799 making the tech rather pricy to adopt, assuming your PC is powerful enough to run the headset.