E3 2017 To Feature Fallout 4 VR, Says Pete Hines.

Fallout 4 VR

The VP of PR and Marketing for Bethesda, Pete Hines, recently unveiled that Fallout 4 VR is going to be released in this year’s upcoming E3. He is also pretty confident in it and said that it is going to ‘blow our minds’. The data came from an interview he gave at PAX East to Hip Hop Gamer.

Bethesda has been working on Fallout 4 VR for a while now, it does not at all come to us as a shock that there is going to be a demand for the game as we have previously seen the success of RE 7. The  previous three games of Fallout have been first-person shooter/RPG hybrids, Hines said that the game seems even more realistic when you are playing it.

The gameplay consists of a lot of walking to be done in the wasteland , so basically what Bethesda opts as the control plan can be pretty vital. It can be done by them through the simple VR control sticks which are going to involve the teleportation method, or simply could have the gamer wearing the headset with a regular controller in their hands.

However we will have to actually play the game to find out how well it has been adjusted for VR, Pete is good in his job and he is done a great job to hype Fallout 4 VR yet it remains to be seen how it actually plays out when it’s finally released to the general public

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