PC VR Owners Rejoice As Skyrim VR Comes to Steam

VR Steam Skyrim Oculus Rift HTC Vive

VR Steam Skyrim Oculus Rift HTC Vive

Bethesda is continuing its releases of VR-specific version of some of its most popular games. Skyrim VR was first launched on PlayStation VR last November as a timed exclusive but now will be getting a port on to the PC VR platform.

As you can imagine, Skyrim VR brings you through the world of the Elder Scrolls game with VR controls as you face off against dragons and a smattering of other odd enemies and navigate the landscape in a first-person mode. Now, that exclusivity is ending with the company announcing that Skyrim VR will hit PC on April 3rd, making it playable on HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. If VR isn't so much your thing, however, you can play Skyrim just about everywhere, including the Nintendo Switch. Initially, it was only available for PlayStation VR.

Skyrim VR will also include all expansions of the game that came out.

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I'm not sure where I'm going to squeeze a few hundred hours of extra VR gaming, but it sounds like it will be a requirement once this comes out.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR is $59.99. Now, if Bethesda could only get to work on the next iteration of the Elder Scrolls series already, we'd all appreciate that.

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