Bethesda has simply announced the official launch dates for his or her three upcoming AAA VR games. We first heard in regards to the news at E3 2017 however now have concrete dates to work with. The next are the official dates with platforms:
Fallout four VR was set to launch in October however now has been pushed again to December for no matter cause. That is aligned with the vacation season for customers to make a purchase order of the upcoming VR games.
Updates since E3:
Fallout four VR is not going to be coming with add-ons or DLCs throughout its preliminary launch. Fallout four VR will only be available on PC for the HTC Vive throughout its preliminary launch.
Skyrim VR shall be coming with mods available on PS VR throughout its preliminary launch. Skyrim VR will only be available on PlayStation VR throughout its launch.
DOOM VFR will characteristic new and acquainted areas on Hell and Mars. DOOM VFR shall be available on each the PlayStation VR and HTC Vive throughout its preliminary launch.
Beneath are the official trailers when you’ve got but to see them.
Fallout four VR
A giant cause as to why these games could also be unavailable to the Oculus Rift could be as a consequence of the truth that Zenimax — Bethesda’s parent company — and Oculus are in an ongoing lawsuit over IP infringement allegations. Zenimax has initially been awarded $500 million from Oculus however each events are looking for a re-trial within the case. Zenimax believes that they need to be awarded extra for his or her IP infringement whereas Oculus believes that these are false accusations.
However the fact of the matter is cash overrides most quarrels and having these VR games on the Oculus Rift makes financial sense for each events. So having these games launch on the Oculus Rift may be very sensible within the close to future.