HTC Vive is throwing in a free copy of Fallout 4 VR


Slated to launch on December 12, Fallout 4 VR-a Vive exclusive-includes the complete core Fallout game with "all-new combat, crafting, and building systems" specifically designed for virtual reality.

Fallout 4 VR is a VR remake of Bethesda's critically-acclaimed 2015 title bearing the same name.

Fallout 4 VR is not a VR "experience", it's essentially the full game, with the look functionality bound to your headset, rather than a mouse or joystick.

And for today - you'll get a pre-order of Fallout 4 VR, Google Tilt Brush, and a Free 1-Month Trial Subscription to Viveport.

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That's not a bad deal as Fallout 4 VR will retail for $59.99 when it releases and you know that you're going to want a killer app for your new VR setup, as freeware and demos will only satisfy you for so long. All we need is your email address.

HTC, creator of HTC VIVE, the most advanced virtual reality system on the market, announced on Tuesday that HTC Vive would be available in Thailand from 10 October. Everest VR made its debut on HTC Vive in 2016, and in February the company added support for Oculus Rift with Touch controllers.

The PlayStation VR version of Everest VR includes all the content found on the Vive and Rift versions, including the God Mode update that lets you fly over the landscape and zoom in up to 1500x (made possible by the Granite SDK) the standard resolution so you can observe every detail about the mountain.

It feels as though the world could turn into a desolate, irradiated wasteland any day now, so what better way to prepare for the worst than with Fallout 4 recreated in virtual reality? A bit ago I predicted that Fallout 4 VR would be the killer app VR so desperately needs, and Bethesda Game Studios is doing everything in their power to make that happen.