Bethesda has been working on a bunch of its properties for virtual reality for some time, and it confirmed a number of them during last month’s Bethesdaland event, which tied in with the Electronic Entertainment Expo. The company confirmed that Skyrim VR would be making its way to PlayStation VR, but apparently still had yet to confirm Fallout 4 and Doom VFR for the device.
But it looks like something could be happening soon, as some retail listings have indicated that the Fallout sequel, amongst other games, is making its way to Sony’s PlayStation virtual reality headset.
The listing, which can be found over on Reddit, indicates that we’re not only getting Skyrim and Fallout VR, but also Doom VFR. This, along with Bravo Team, The Inpatient and No Heroes Allowed VR, were listed on the flyer.
On top of that, Press Start Australia recently filed a report indicating that Australian retailer JB Hi-Fi has listed Fallout 4 VR for PlayStation VR, priced at $99.99.
Now, it’s not likely the game will be that price here in the U.S., as it will probably sell for somewhere around $50-$60 instead. And before players ask if that’s worth it, keep in mind that Fallout 4 VR will include the full game experience in virtual reality, and not just segments that surround the technology.
Bethesda had yet to comment on the matter at the time of the report, but the company does have QuakeCon coming up in just a few weeks here, and it prominently featured its virtual reality games at previous shows, so don’t be surprised if the games get announced for PlayStation VR at the event.
The other version of the game, which has been confirmed for HTC Vive thus far, is set to arrive sometime later this year, so the PlayStation VR version could very well follow suit, provided that Bethesda can finish up its development within the proper cycle. We’ll let you know once the publisher confirms that Fallout 4 VR is on the way. For now, though, we’re waiting with baited breath, just like you fans of the series.
Meanwhile, Fallout 4 is available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.