Get deeper into Bethesda's sprawling RPG than is perhaps advisable
We've known about Fallout 4 VR for a little while, but it always had the air of an experiment about it – something that may or may not become an actual product you could buy, despite Bethesda's assurances. As if to dispel such doubt, Bethesda dropped a new trailer at its extravagant E3 event. Wondering how you'll build ramshackle structures? How you'll tell your doggo to do things? What a disembodied post-apocalyptic superweapon looks like? Your search is over. Fallout 4 VR is out for PSVR and HTC Vive in October.