Perhaps 100 or 200 years in the future, we could all be living in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, but until then if you’d like to get an idea of what that might be like, then you might be interested to learn that Bethesda has officially released Fallout 4 VR, which is basically Fallout 4 but playable in virtual reality (VR).
We expect that over the next few months and years, developers will start releasing games on consoles that will support better quality graphics, higher resolutions, and more frame rates. However this doesn’t mean that in the meantime older games will have to look terrible, at least not all of them.
Fallout 4 fans have been waiting for the virtual reality experience that’s going to take them back to the wasteland later this year. If they’ve yet to purchase a VR headset to play the title, then HTC is giving them an incentive to opt for its Vive VR headset. All new HTC Vive customers will now receive a free Fallout 4 VR pre-order code.
Bethesda confirmed the Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition last month. The latest version of the game invites players to return to the Wasteland. This particular edition features all gameplay updates, even the Survival mode, as well as graphical improvements. Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition is now available for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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 […]
Earlier this year during E3 2017, the folks at Bethesda announced a trio of existing IPs that would be given the virtual reality (VR) treatment. This included DOOM VFR, Skyrim VR, and Fallout 4 VR. However during the announcement, Bethesda did not confirm when these titles will be released, at least until now.
Bethesda today announced the Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition. It invites players to return to the Wasteland with this latest edition of the game that includes all gameplay updates, even the Survival mode, as well as graphical enhancements. It will also enable players to play Mods for free on PC and consoles. All official add-ons are included in this edition. Bethesda has also said that it’s bringing back […]
At E3 last month, Bethesda took the wraps off Fallout 4 VR. This is basically the same Fallout 4 that gamers have come to know and love, but the difference is that now players will be able to play the game in virtual reality (VR), offering up a different perspective and experience than what the original game had.
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to live in a nuclear wasteland where you’d have to fight off mutants and monsters, while wearing a suit of armor and with a loyal dog by your side? We guess the closest thing you could get to that experience would be in Bethesda’s Fallout, which is about to get a lot more real thanks to the launch of Fallout 4 […]
Fallout 4 is without a doubt one of the best games ever made. It was very well received at launch and continues to be very popular among gamers. Those who haven’t been able to take it for a spin yet can rejoice as they will be able to download Fallout 4 for free on PC and Xbox One this weekend. The game is getting a free weekend so that more […]
Fallout 4 was launched in 2015 which is about 7 years after its predecessor, Fallout 3, which meant that gamers were waiting for quite a long time for it. Turns out it was well worth the wait, or at least that’s what the reviews are saying so far. While we’re not sure how long we’d have to wait for Fallout 5, there is Fallout 4 VR to look forward to.
Last year Bethesda had confirmed that a virtual reality (VR) version of Fallout 4 was in the works. For those wondering about the state of the game and what it might be like, you will be pleased to learn that according to a report from HipHopGamer in the video above, Bethesda’s Pete Hines has confirmed that the game will be shown off at E3 2017 this year.
A big update is going to be released for Fallout 4 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC next week. This is the first major update for this game in 2017 and developer Bethesda has confirmed that it’s going to be released next week. The update brings several improvements for players on all three platforms but PlayStation 4 Pro owners stand to benefit the most from this update.
We know that when Bethesda announced Skyrim Special Edition which featured updated graphics and more, many gamers were probably thrilled by the announcement. However it seems that these gamers have Fallout 4 to thank because without the game, there might not have been a Skyrim Special Edition.
A lot is being said in the media these days about Russian cyberattacks against the United States. President Obama recently took several major steps in retaliation against the hacks which included expelling more than 30 Russian diplomats that the country’s intelligence agencies believed to be involved in espionage activities. If the Russians did hack U.S. agencies you can be sure that they used very sophisticated machines, machines that would be […]
Earlier this year it was revealed that Bethesda was working on bringing Fallout 4 to virtual reality. It has been about 5 months since the original announcement and we haven’t really heard anything since. For those wondering about the project, you can rest assured that it is still in the works, according to the company’s direction and executive producer, Todd Howard.
Earlier today Bethesda released a patch for Fallout 4 for the PS4 that basically brought about support for mods. This is great news for gamers, but if you own a PS4 Pro and you’re wondering when the game will get around to supporting the console, not to worry as Bethesda has not forgotten about you guys.
Earlier this month we reported that mods support for Fallout 4 on the PS4 would be arriving this month, and the good news for PS4 gamers is that it looks like it has. In the latest patch that is being released for Fallout 4 on the PS4, it brings it to 1.8 and in that patch, there is support for mods which is something that gamers can look forward to.
Plans for mods support on the PS4 for games like Fallout 4 were planned earlier this year, but unfortunately there were a series of delays which according to Bethesda, seemed to be Sony’s fault as the company apparently would not budge on allowing mods on their console. The good news is that this changed last month when both companies managed to compromise.
After weeks of waiting and wondering what is the status of mod support for Fallout 4 and Skyrim on the PS4, Bethesda finally revealed back in September that mods won’t be coming to the PS4 because apparently Sony would not allow it. Now if you thought that was the end of that, think again.