At E3 2017 a few months ago, Bethesda took the wraps off Fallout 4 VR which is basically a VR take on the Fallout 4 title, where it will put gamers into the shoes of the main character and allow them to experience the game in a different kind of way. The company recently confirmed that it will be released on the 12th of December, and now more details have been revealed.

According to a report from VRFocus (via UploadVR), it seems that Bethesda has announced that Fallout 4 VR will be launched without any of its DLCs. The original game has seen six DLCs released to date, but the VR version will be pretty much only the core game. In an official statement by a Bethesda spokesperson, “We are focusing on the core game experience for VR but we are looking at options to bring these add-ons in the future.”

Basically it sounds like the company just wants to focus on the core game for now, rather than worry about porting the rest of the content over. This makes sense since we’re sure that Bethesda would also like to see how well the game performs first before investing more time and resources into bringing the rest of the DLCs over into VR.

As it stands it seems that Fallout 4 VR is going to be an exclusive to the HTC Vive, so gamers on the PlayStation VR or the Oculus Rift will have to sit this one out for now.

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