Fall­out 4 VR has been con­firmed for Bethesda’s 2017 E3 press con­fer­ence. The announce­ment comes from an inter­view between PR and Mar­ket Vice Pres­i­dent Pete Hines and HipHopGamer (via Gam­er­ant) dur­ing PAX East 2017.

Dur­ing the inter­view Pete Hines states that he recent­ly spoke to Todd Howard who said the fol­low­ing:

Fall­out 4 VR is the most incred­i­ble thing you’ve ever seen in your life. You can’t even imag­ine what it’s like play­ing in VR and how real­is­tic it looks with every­where you turn your head.”

There were also var­i­ous oth­er claims like “it will blow your mind” and “it is the cra­zi­est thing you have ever seen”. Nat­u­ral­ly these words should be tak­en with a grain of salt because the vice pres­i­dent of Mar­ket­ing is para­phras­ing the lead design­er of the game.  

As of now, there is still not much known about the game despite its 2017 release date on HTC Vive. Pre­vi­ous demos had tele­por­ta­tion and some explo­ration, but was clear­ly more demo than game. The game will be show­cased dur­ing Bethesda’s E3 press con­fer­ence so expect much more infor­ma­tion then. Also giv­en the few num­ber of games con­firmed for the con­fer­ence and this being Bethesda’s first try at vir­tu­al real­i­ty, expect it to be one of the longer parts of the con­fer­ence.