The VR market has had some pretty high profile releases over the last few months, but few were as big as Skyrim VR.
Skyrim VR, which originally launched on PSVR late previous year, sees Bethesda's classic open-world fantasy epic rejigged and reworked for virtual reality headsets. Bethesda's announcement comes today, by with the news that it'll be compatible with all the VR platforms you can think of, including the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
The Steam page is already up for Skyrim VR so enthusiasts who own an Oculus or Vive can go ahead and get their preorder in.
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I've had a little experience with the VR version of this game myself and though I am a huge Elder Scrolls fan, I found the transition into virtual reality a jarring one.
The release of Skyrim VR on PlayStation VR largely received a positive reception, with the release containing the entire core game, as well as the official expansions, Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn, all of which have been moved into VR for players to explore. There's a lot of ground to cover no matter which version you play, so it's really best to just jump in. Check out the new trailer below.