Fallout 4 in Virtual Reality - The Craziest Thing You’ve Ever Seen
- Fariha Khan
- March 27, 2017
During the 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Bethesda showed a demo of “Fallout 4” in virtual reality (VR) which impressed gaming critics as well as enthusiasts. Not only would any first-person shooter game in a VR format be striking, this was an installment in the acclaimed “Fallout” series. It was sufficient to get any gamer’s trigger finger twitching or pulling a virtual trigger in that case.
Bethesda has promised not just a small demo of the open-world, first-person shooter game for this year’s E3, but a complete “Fallout 4” experience in VR.
We have an opportunity to make something really unique. We’d rather do that than make some other tiny experience. I don’t think that’s what people want from us.
In an on-camera interview with gaming personality Hip Hop Gamer, “Fallout 4 VR” has been confirmed again. We got to know that it would be “the craziest thing you’ve ever seen”. In addition the game would be ready to demo at E3
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“Fallout 4 VR” is likely to come out for the HTC Vive in 2017. It will be the first open-world game that’s been overhauled for a complete VR experience at that scale.
Though gaming is the most common application for virtual reality, it isn’t the only one for sure. VR is being used in various fields including medicine and healthcare. VR has even helped a blind person see first time ever. Not only this, the technology has been used to teach, help with criminal investigations, and train astronauts as well.
From tour their future kitchens to explore Google Earth in VR, people can now do many thing in VR. While development of the technology itself may be coming in small chunks, it is helping people experience the world in different ways like never before for sure.