Nov 25, 2016 07:00 AM EST
'Fallout 4' Update: Fallout 4 VR Version Coming Next Year? Will Sony Finally Cooperate?
After the release of "Fallout 4," Bethesda has introduced several updates to address some of the issues along with a slew of new features and some improvements. But the latest and probably the most intriguing development is the upcoming VR gaming experience.
Bethesda first announced a VR version of "Fallout 4" at the recent E3 2016 event, showing an interesting but limited Fallout VR demo.
The full VR experience is said to be more ambitious, with Bethesda claiming that it will try to put all of Fallout 4 in VR for this project.
Adding some virtual reality mode could be a good fit for "Fallout 4" considering the game environment. This offers a unique experience for the gamers, providing endless possibilities for gamers who often look for something new.
However, the work on VR technology is still sketchy, with Bethesda still working on the technical side and some external factors such as demand for the VR technology.
But at the end of the day, the goal of the planned VR experience will still be profit and right now that may be a bit hard to foresee for the game.
Bethesda is likely to keep a close watch on the gaming market and see if VR adoption becomes a hit or if a rival game developer decided to adopt it.
In other news, months after its minor glitch with Sony, where Sony rejected mod support for Fallout 4 and Skyrim Special edition on PS4, Bethesda is finally back on track. Sony and Bethesda have finally reached an agreement that will allow mod support for "Fallout 4" on PS4 gaming consoles.
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