When Bethesda showed a limited demo of “Fallout 4” in virtual reality (VR) during the 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), it impressed gaming critics and enthusiasts alike.
For this year’s E3, Bethesda has promised not just a limited demo of the successful open-world, first-person shooter game, but a complete and uncompromised “Fallout 4” experience with a VR treatment.
This has been confirmed by both Bethesda game designer Todd Howard and marketing VP Peter Hines.
Recently, VR has been used in the fields of healthcare and medicine — it’s even helped a blind person see for the first time.
It’s also been used to help with criminal investigations, teach students, and train astronauts for missions.