Has Skyrim VR mods

Skyrim VR: PC version supports Oculus Rift, but no modding

Skyrim VR is coming to the PC. Bethesda announced in a blog post that the VR version of the RPG will be available for download on April 3rd on Steam. Previously, Skyrim VR was reserved for Playstation VR users. In addition to the HTC Vive, the upcoming PC version also officially supports Windows Mixed Reality and Oculus Rift - despite the legal dispute between Oculus and Bethesda mother Zenimax.

No mods

As Ars Technica reports, there will be no modding support for Skyrim VR on the PC, at least for the time being. The non-VR version of Skyrim is one of the most modded games of all: With graphic mods, new quests and interface changes, modders are still helping to ensure that an RPG that was released at the end of 2011 remains relevant. The VR version of Skyrim, which isn't exactly embarrassed about quirks, won't benefit from this modding community.

Skyrim VR will also cost 60 euros on Steam for owners of the regular game. In addition to the main game, the package also includes all three DLCs. Fallout 4 VR, the glasses version of the latest Bethesda role-playing game, has been available on Steam since December 2017 and is one of the most played VR titles. At least officially, Fallout 4 VR only works with the Vive from HTC.


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