And those titles should have you salivating: Doom VFR arrives on December 1st to the PSVR and HTC Vive, Fallout 4 VR hits the Vive on December 12th, and Skyrim VR will land on the PSVR on November 17th.
While the release of three high profile games from Bethesda is very good news for virtual reality, what's not great is exclusivity agreements. "Skyrim VR" is identical to the original game, first released in 2011 - instead of playing the game on a TV from first-person, you are the first-person in question when you're in VR.
We now don't know when Skyrim's virtual reality edition will land on PC, nor do we know when Fallout 4 VR will head to Playstation.
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Previously, the company promised to launch VR versions of its three most notable franchises before the end of the year, and from the look of things, it's staying true to its word. Though they were just revealed at E3 2017 back in June, rumors of a VR version of Fallout 4 had been making the rounds for months beforehand. In an official statement by a Bethesda spokesperson, "We are focusing on the core game experience for VR but we are looking at options to bring these add-ons in the future".
The biggest beef for VR gamers is the lack of, well, VR games. However, it's coming out for both PlayStation VR and HTC Vive.
Among the three, Fallout 4 VR will launch last, and that's on December 12. Fallout 4 VR is available for pre-order for $59.