Bethesda’s promised trilogy of virtual reality releases in 2017 actually came to fruition, with the company’s Doom, Fallout, and Elder Scrolls series each getting a VR port by year’s end.
This release schedule, unfortunately, came with one caveat: in Skyrim VR‘s case, that version would be limited to a PlayStation VR launch as opposed to a more modular release on powerful gaming PCs.
That situation changes next month. On Wednesday, Bethesda formally announced the April 3 launch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR for SteamVR on Windows PCs.
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