Things open up for the other two games on the list, as DOOM VFR will launch on December 1st for both PlayStation VR and HTC Vive.
Bethesda has announced today that Skyrim VR will launch on the Playstation Network on the 17th of November.
KitGuru Says: I'm looking forward to seeing how such a huge game like Fallout 4 handles in VR. When we talked to a Bethesda spokesperson at E3 about Rift support for any of the three titles they simply explained that they wanted to see their games on as many platforms as possible.
None of the games will be available as a free upgrade to owners of existing non-VR versions, by the way.
Even though they're all out this year, we still have a little while to wait.
With QuakeCon set to take place this weekend in Texas, Bethesda felt it a fitting time to let us know when some of its virtual reality projects would release. Doom VFR, on the other hand, appears to be a slimmed-down version of the Doom 2016 reboot-and is priced accordingly at $30. DOOM VR can be experienced on the Vive and PlayStation VR on December 1st. The publisher's upcoming high profile sequels, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, The Evil Within 2, and Dishonored: Death of the Outsider will also be available for playtesting at the expo.
Android O to 'touch down' on Aug 21 solar eclipse
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Stop the threats, China tells US, North Korea
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Rocket hits Damascus International Fair
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Endorsement gave unusual 'a lot of additional support'
Jeff Sessions when Sessions was appointed USA attorney general in February, garnered 33 percent, and Brooks collected 20 percent. But while unusual enjoyed high-level backing, Moore won 39 percent of the vote Tuesday to the incumbent's 33 percent.