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Fallout 4 VR on HTC Vive Still Supports The Xbox One Controller

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has finally opened the show floor after a series of riveting press conferences. We had announcements for brand new videogames across all of the biggest virtual reality (VR) platforms, and now we have even more details on Fallout 4 VR, namely its control options.

The game is releasing on the HTC Vive, though anyone not a fan of the Vive’s motion tracked controllers don’t have to fret, you can still opt for the Xbox One controller – a more traditional option.

It’s good that the option is there, though it almost seems to lose out on the custom HTC Vive controls – including a real-time Pip Boy attached to your wrist.

Launching in 2017, Fallout 4 VR will offer a whole new way to role play in your RPGs, adding an extra level of depth and immersion. The game is confirmed for HTC Vive thus far, with no announcements for other VR platforms yet.

Take a look at Fallout 4 VR’s trailer here to get a good idea of what it’s like to explore the Wasteland in VR.

For more on Fallout 4 VR and and all the latest from E3 2017, stay on VRFocus.