Bethesda’s VR Release Update – Doom VFR, Fallout VR, and Skyrim VR Dates Officially Set

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Release Dates have finally been announced for all three of Bethesda’s VR titles. Fallout 4 VR, Skyrim VR, and DOOM VFR will all be available this year for the very first time. Fans will be able to plug in and explore the favorite open world places or blast demons back to hell in the not too distant future.

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Some may be disappointed to know that there are no dates of release for Bethesda’s VR titles on the Oculus Rift. The reason behind the lack thereof is due to continued legal troubles between ZeniMax and Oculus VR. While the games won’t make an appearance on Oculus Home, it is speculated that players can still use the Rift with Steam’s VR feature.

While Skyrim and DOOM are coming to PSVR this year, Fallout 4 will be coming to HTC Vive instead. As can be seen in the tweet below, it looks as though Fallout will be exclusive to the Vive, at least for now. Regardless, it is exciting news that players will be able to experience Bethesda’s VR titles at all and the company has stated that they want these games on as many platforms as possible (meaning fans may yet see them on others).

Fans can get their hands on these titles at QuakeCon between the 24th through the 27th. For those who can’t make the journey to Dallas, Texas, they can play Skyrim VR on the PlayStation 4 on November 17th. Doom VFR will hit PSVR and HTC VIVE on December 1st with Fallout 4 VR not far behind on December 12th.

Which of Bethesda’s VR titles is the most exciting prospect for VR gameplay? Join in on the conversation in the comment section below! Don’t forget to follow DFTG on Twitter for live gaming and entertainment news 24/7!

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