Fallout 4 VR was hinted at back at E3 2016, and since then fans have been itching to get more information regarding the upcoming title. Bethesda has been all but silent regarding this game since then, but today at E3 2017 the company showed off a new trailer with multiple scenes from the new game.

Fallout 4 VR will be coming to HTC Vive in October of this year, though Bethesda did not mention anything about an Oculus release. Pete Hines from the studio emphasized just how immersive they have been able to make the title, as well as how incredible it has become over the past year of development.

The company also mentioned that a VR adaptation of Doom will be launching as well, titled Doom VFR, and will be available on both Vive and Playstation VR. Though we did not get a release date for that title, we can assume that it will hit servers by the end of the year.

It seems Bethesda is going all in on virtual reality for its mainstream titles, and it would be amazing to see an Elder Scrolls game make its way to the platform from the company.

What do you think about the trailer? We’re seeing a lot more in this reveal than we have previously, and October can’t come soon enough.

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