'Fallout 4' VR Support Gets Official Release Date; To Include Teleportation Feature To Prevent Heave?

By Alvin Elfwine , Jun 16, 2016 04:40 AM EDT

A couple of days ago, Bethesda announced that "Fallout 4" will be VR playable. However, just recently, the studio has finally reveal the game's virtual reality support release window. It is arriving in the next 12 months. Apart from that, a so-called Teleportation feature will be added in hopes to tackle the possible vomiting issue.

Bethesda has proven itself to be one of the biggest players in digital gaming. And yes, "Fallout 4" is just one of the massive hit in the studio's resume. They have fully mastered developing a game that would make a player spend a good amount of hours. Hence it is no question if the Maryland-based video game company will take a step further to Virtual Reality gaming.

Sure enough, the studio is looking to bring "Fallout 4" to the VR realm. The big reveal happened at Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). Later on, it was announced that the HTC Vive VR headsets for the said game will arrive "within the next 12 months" or so, as reported by VG247.

In fact, Bethesda has a put up a "Fallout 4" VR demo on its booth at E3. The company's VP for Public Relations Pete Hines said that the virtual reality support is only right for a massive open-world RPG. Heck, Hines even said about focusing all their energy and resources on developing a new technology for the VR support.

GameRant, on the other hand, notes that "Fallout 4" VR will arrive with a teleportation feature. It should be noted that games supported by the popular HTC Vive have introduced a huge wave of nausea dilemmas. Hence the aforementioned feature is being developed.

Nonetheless, the teleportation feature is not just about being an added feature in "Fallout 4" VR. Bethesda purposely added it to leverage the virtual reality gaming experience of fans.

"Fallout 4" VR is expected to arrive in 2017 for the HTC Vive headsets.

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