‘Fallout 4 VR’ Release Date, Latest News & Update: Bethesda Making Sure Virtual Reality More Than A Gimmick

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Dec 03, 2016 10:48 AM EST

Bethesda is making sure that if an enhance version of “Fallout 4” will not disappoint. Most have probably heard by now of the game developer’s plans for “Fallout 4 VR” though no word on when this would be out has been announced.

For its part, Bethesda is making sure that the effort to deliver virtual reality content is as advertised. This not a plain case of issuing a virtual reality version for “Fallout 4”. Rather, “Fallout 4 VR” intends to deliver a whole and meaningful experience to gamers to truly show what virtual reality is all about.

Rival games have adopted some VR love but most have been limited. Some are interactive and gimmicks that don’t truly deliver the essence of virtual reality. Bethesda hopes to change all that and raise the bar with “Fallout 4 VR”, actually offering players how it is to play inside the game world, Neurogadget reported.

The VR peripherals to make that happen are out in the open but gaming companies have come short of pushing them to their potential. With the current works that Bethesda is pouring on “Fallout 4 VR”, all that could change and speak well for the technology.

Bethesda is not rushing things for “Fallout 4 VR”, understandable to make it all count. The focus on the VR version of “Fallout 4” has somehow made up for the wait for “Fallout 5”, something that most are anticipating.

As mentioned in a previous post, Todd Howard emphasized on how they intend to apply VR for the whole game and not for a certain segment of “Fallout 4”. That said, it may take some time though Howard promises to make it worth the wait.

Also, it opens doors to possible VR integration on other game titles on their end. It could also be applied to “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition”, something that is possibly one step towards that direction after its remastered version release recently.

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