Gamers around the world are waiting for the most anticipated VR game from Bethesda. It seems that the developers promise us a full game experience in VR.
Here is everything you need to know about Fallout 4 VR.
Fallout 4 VR Info: Price, Pre-Ordering, Launch Date and More
Bethesda has launched a trailer at E3 this year and we also know that HTC has come with a great announcement on October 2. If you go to the official website or to authorized retailers and purchase an HTC Vive, you will also get a free pre-order code for the game.
Considering Fallout 4 VR has taken a lot of time and work, the preorder price isn’t that high – sometimes you can also see it on sale, going to about $60. You can preorder it and then wait until 12 December, when it will be released.
As for which headset it will support, the official news says that at the beginning users will be able to play it by using HTC Vive. It might be soon after that available on Oculus Rift too and then on Windows Mixed Reality, as it has recently got SteamVR integration – although these other VR devices haven’t been officially confirmed.
For gamers that have PSVR, it seems that they won’t get to play Fallout VR for some time.
I Have the Regular Game’s Season Pass – Can I Play the VR Version?
Unfortunately, the answer is no. Fallout 4 VR is a standalone game and so it requires you to pay for it. \it doesn’t matter if your version of normal game is deluxe or special. The VR requires a separate purchase.
The store listing says that the VR version will come with ‘complete core game will all-new combat, crafting, and building systems fully reimagined for virtual reality.’ This means that we won’t see DLCs.
Fallout 4 VR – A Complete VR Game
The game will be a complete VR experience which will include the whole gear: headset, controller and your own VR space to move in it.
You won’t be able to use mods from the Creation Club, and there is no support for the mods created by the community for the VR game, so whoever tries to implement mods, it will take a lot more time than what you used to do on PC.
You can either choose locomotion or teleportation for movement inside the VR world.
The Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System will also appear in Fallout VR and you will be able to easier take down all enemies in slow-motion.