The trailer (watch it below) shows the game's movement controls will be the standard teleportation method, but with plenty of flying around in dizzying fashion.
Bethesda started their E3 press conference with Doom VFR, which is not a thing that I think any single human has ever said that they wanted.
Doom VFR and Fallout 4 VR have received a slew of new details at Bethesda's E3 2017 presentation. Fingers crossed that Bethesda stays away from playing silly platform compatibility games with what should be a flagship VR shooter.
The trailer for Fallout 4 VR is pretty standard fare. Next, we got a peek at Fallout 4 VR, due out this October on PC for HTC Vive. We'll update our readers when we have more info.
You can tell it's "Doom" because there's a skeleton with a jetpack screaming. Fallout 4 VR starts off as a cozy housing experience in a vault and quickly unfolds to explosions, murders, and a attractive open-world adventure.
The first, Doom VFR, lets players immerse themselves in a UAC Facility on Mars as well as the depths of Hell itself.