Fallout 4 VR screenshot of a Deathclaw attacking the player

After being teased for a couple of months now alongside the VR version of Doom, Fallout 4 VR has finally made its way to the HTC Vive. However, unlike Doom VFR which had specially designed levels, the VR version of Fallout 4 features the entire game, from the very beginning to the very end. Naturally, the controls and gameplay mechanics have been adjusted with VR in mind, but you're still going to be able to explore the same massive world and ignore the same meaningless story.

If you're wondering what this might look like in-game, wonder no more as the developers have recently posted a fairly lengthy gameplay preview showing off all of the various features. Have a look, its quite interesting:

As with any modern Bethesda game, Fallout 4 VR has launched with some annoying technical hurdles. Outsides of bugs, the biggest of these problems is the simple fact that the resolution is overly blurry on default settings, so much so that sensitive players might even get headaches after playing for too long. There are some ways to correct this issue, but most of them involve heavy fiddling with the graphics settings, which as you might imagine is not ideal. As such, I would recommend you wait at least a week or two before diving into Fallout 4 VR, just to make sure you get as bug-free of an experience as possible.

You can learn more about Fallout 4 VR, or Fallout 4 in general, by visiting either the official website or Steam.