Bethesda has announced that the virtual reality version of its open-world RPG, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, which was previously PSVR exclusive, is coming to PC with official Windows Mixed Reality support! It’s due for release on April 3rd priced at £39.99 (UK) / €59.99 (EU) / $59.99 (US) and will require SteamVR.
You can watch a trailer above and read more about the game in the following press release:
Skyrim VR Comes to SteamVR
Last November, Bethesda Game Studios took their epic fantasy masterpiece to the exciting new frontier of virtual reality with the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR on PlayStation VR. Now, Skyrim VR comes to a new platform – PC using SteamVR – on April 3.
Skyrim VR contains the complete critically-acclaimed core game as well as all its official add-ons – Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn – in one package. Soon you can experience the breathtaking scale of Skyrim in virtual reality on SteamVR.
In Skyrim VR, battling cursed Draugr, exploring rugged mountainsides and hunting fearsome, ancient dragons is more immersive than ever, aided by a made-for-VR control scheme that allows players to move, hack and slash at foes, and cast powerful magic with real-life movements.
Whether you’re a longtime fan or taking on the horned mantle of the Dragonborn for the first time, Skyrim VR for SteamVR promises an epic journey in virtual reality across a massive world for you to explore any way you choose.
Are you a fan of The Elder Scrolls and are looking forward to playing Skyrim in VR? Have you played the PSVR version already and if so what did you think of that? Let us know in the comments below or create a discussion in our (PC) Windows Mixed Reality VR Games forum.