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Report: Skyrim VR Will Come To HTC Vive Next Year

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Skyrim VR was one of the biggest surprises of E3 2017 this month, but so far it’s only been confirmed for PlayStation VR (PSVR). But PC VR users need not fear; it should be with them next year. Developer Bethesda apparently confirmed as much to GameSpot, as stated in the below video. While PSVR players

VR could get resolutions so high they’ll trick the human eye this year

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I am standing in a virtual living room rendered via Unity. Except I am seeing things I never have before in VR. There is a virtual television on the wall to my left displaying a 4K video of a city. The floor, the couch pillows, the clothes hanging on a rack to my left, are

Varjo Promises Human-Eye Resolutions For VR This Year

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I am standing in a virtual living room rendered via Unity. Except I am seeing things I never have before in VR. There is a virtual television on the wall to my left displaying a 4K video of a city. The floor, the couch pillows, the clothes hanging on a rack to my left, are

CCP Games’ ‘Sparc’ to Launch Exclusively on PSVR This Year

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Teased during the pre-show for Sony’s main E3 presentation alongside Superhot VR, Sparc is now confirmed to be launching exclusively on PSVR ‘first’ in Q3 2017. The sports game was originally expected to arrive this year on multiple VR platforms. Developers CCP Games, famous for the persistent MMORPG Eve Online, have been at the forefront

E3 2017: Skyrim VR Coming To PSVR This Year, Expansions Included

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Easily the biggest surprise for PlayStation VR (PSVR) fans at Sony’s E3 conference today was the reveal of Skyrim VR, and we won’t have to wait too long to play it. Developer Bethesda just posted the below trailer for the port of the classic role-playing game and, inside, it confirms that it’s due for release

Microsoft on VR for Xbox One X: ‘PC is Where we’re focusing on [VR] this year’

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Though the company initially proclaimed that the Xbox One X (formerly known as ‘Project Scorpio’) would feature VR support, at E3 this week Microsoft is distancing itself from that commitment. An official statement provided to Road to VR suggests that the Xbox One X won’t see any form of VR support as a launch feature,