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‘Fallout 4 VR’ Latest News & Update: Fate Of Virtual Reality Hinges On Success Of New Bethesda Brainchild at E3 2017

Apr 14, 2017 05:43 AM EDT

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Virtual reality has not really gotten off the ground due to several factors. There is the price tag that comes with the peripherals needed to enjoy this niche and then the actual game performance itself. “Fallout 4 VR” is an example though Bethesda CEO Pete Hines is optimistic that it will eventually the game-changer once it comes out in the market.

The same sentiment was shared by AMD corporate VP Roy Taylor who looks up to “Fallout 4 VR” as the groundbreaking game that should stomp all questions shrouding the future of virtual reality. All that could be answered at the E3 2017 event where gamers get the chance to try out “Fallout 4 VR” on the spot.

Those insinuations are still up for debate and gamers can judge for themselves. “Fallout 4 VR” is a different kind of take where the focus will be on the game graphics performance. Similar to the shift from wired to wireless devices, the ability to transmit the game content through the VR goggles will be a challenge. The smooth performance is what most want, something that could be dictated by the area space where a player would try out the game, Attack of the Fan Boy reported.

There are some who have tried out “Fallout 4 VR,” calling it immersive and fun. But all this was made during the initial version of the game so expectations have been put up a notch. Could a year be enough to fine-tune the game and render an impressive virtual reality experience?

Another key player to the success of “Fallout 4 VR” could be Nietro, a chip manufacturer that specializes in wireless VR. Multi-gigabit transmissions and integrated bean formatting are key and hopefully these can hit it well with the different VR headsets available in the market, Mcvuk.com reported.

There is also the pricing standpoint that could play a factor. As most know, the VR headsets offered by companies like HTC and Oculus come at a price – something that gamers could be wary of. But if the game performance impresses, all that may not matter. Hence, a lot falls on the success of “Fallout 4 VR.”

 

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