Fallout 4 VR Demo at E3 2017 in June Confirmed
Ron Perillo / 1 year ago
It was revealed for a while now that Fallout 4 VR is coming after E3 2016 and Executive Producer Todd Howard himself who excitedly spoke about the on-going project to anyone who would listen after that. Now, Bethesda’s Vice President of Marketing Pete Hines has confirmed that they are keeping true to the 2017 launch promise by announcing Fallout 4 VR will be available as a working demo and will be featured at E3 2017 in Los Angeles. Speaking to YouTuber HipHopGamer, Hines confirmed by saying “We will have it at E3” with a true gameplay demo rather than just a pre-edited video roll-in package. Hines further added that the virtual reality version of the beloved post-apocalyptic RPG franchise will “blow your mind.”
Whether the demo will be open to the public is not confirmed yet, although Todd Howard has stated previously that the game can now be played “from start to finish” and much of the work that is still being done has more to do with polishing the game. If a working demo is available in June for E3 2017, then that leaves the possible launch date which could be at QuakeCon 2017 which is going to be held this year at the last week of August 2017 or maybe even earlier.