Bethesda is continuing its releases of VR-specific version of some of its most popular games.
Skyrim VR was originally announced last June for PlayStation VR with few details as to the port's content, leaving open the possibility that the virtual reality port of the hit 2011 game might be stripped down like Bethesda's Doom VFR. The community may be wasting away, desperate for any news about The Elder Scrolls VI, but at least there's a new way to journey through the frozen wastes of Skyrim on the horizon-and depending on your views of VR, it might be the best. Skyrim VR seemed like the flawless candidate for an eventual Steam release, but up until today, Bethesda has kept quiet on such a port. Today, Bethesda announced that it's bringing the popular first-person RPG to SteamVR PCs, ending Sony's almost six-month VR exclusive. "Now, Skyrim VR comes to a new platform - PC using SteamVR - on April 3", the dev wrote on a Bethesda.net blog post.
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Skyrim VR contains the complete critically-acclaimed core game as well as all its official add-ons, Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn, all bundled together into one package.
Skyrim VR originally launched in November past year for PSVR. Are you ready for some VR action? People were sceptical of whether Skyrim VR would be support Oculus. But sadly, as Ars Technica reports, Bethesda has confirmed that mod support will not be coming to Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR.