A new development team have been created within the Bethesda family, and it is one that will assist in bringing some of Bethesda’s biggest games to Virtual Reality devices. It was announced during E3 that there will be a playable demo for both Doom and Fallout 4 with the HTC Vive.
It was further announced that the entire Fallout 4 experience will be available on VR headsets in 2017. The demo will only allow players to play around in the Red Rocket area. No such release window was given to Doom, but with Fallout 4 being the first big step, it is only natural that the team dedicated to VR gaming will start looking into bringing other games within the Bethesda library onto the platform, or else create new IP.
Whether the full release game will have all content including mod support and DLC is still up in the air. Stay tuned to our continued E3 coverage as the week continues on.