Bethesda Officially Unveils Fallout 4 VR Trailer, Arriving Later This Year (VIDEO)
Bethesda’s E3 presentation, titled “Bethesdaland”, has revealed quite a few new projects the creative studio has been working on, which include the likes of a new entry for Wolfenstein and the debut of The Elder Scrolls on the Nintendo Switch. One of the more telegraphed offerings of the conference was Fallout 4 VR, an immersive step into the world of Fallout, that promises to be more than the average VR experience. The game’s debut footage showed off numerous gameplay scenes from the original version of Fallout 4, but this time viewed through the lens of a more interactive, first-person perspective. Check out the Fallout 4 VR trailer for yourself below:
Fallout 4 VR will be available to blow people’s minds on the HTC Vive later this year in October. Also announced during Bethesda’s E3 proceedings was a new VR version of last year’s hyper-violent extravaganza Doom. It too will be coming to HTC Vive but has also been slated to appear on PlayStation VR as well. The game maker also revealed an easier way to implement game modifications to their titles with the help of new tool called Creation Club.
There’s sure to be a lot of excitement in the air following Bethesda’s laid-back Bethesdaland press conference, and one has to wonder how each of these amazing projects will turn out, especially as all announced titles have been confirmed for release by the end of the year. What do you think of the Fallout 4 VR trailer? Does it look like fun or does the prospect of VR make you dizzy? What abou the other games on Bethesda’s slate? Let us know in the comments and be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter for the latest gaming and entertainment news, and be sure to keep an eye out for our coverage of E3 as it happens throughout the week. For more highlights from Bethesda’s E3 presentation, check out these links below:
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