24 August, 2017
Finally, Doom VFR will come out for both PlayStation 4 and HTC Vive starting December 1, providing a new experience that'll be similar in nature to the 2016 reboot that thrilled audiences. Today, the company announced the release dates for all three.
Bethesda's E3 2017 conference was underwhelming to say the least, but it did give us a look at the company's upcoming VR projects.
Guns. Demons. Speed. DOOM VFR takes the core elements that define DOOM and transports them to a whole new arena.
China's top diplomat issued stern warning to North Korea, Seoul says
The video released seems to be in reference to this week's joint US-South Korea drills in the region. North Korea's latest propaganda video threatens to fire missiles at the U.S. territory of Guam.
Malaysia Apologises To Indonesia Over Flag Blunder
As close neighbors, Indonesia and Malaysia have one of the most important bilateral relationships in Southeast Asia. The Indonesian flag features a red stripe above a white stripe.
Dragon Ball FighterZ Story Mode Confirmed; Android 16, 18 Confirmed And More
More nuggets on the online portion of the game were also divulged, with six players participating in three-versus-three matches. Android 16 will also be a major part of the game's story campaign which serves as a "what if" reimagining of the anime.
It's unclear if that means it's exclusive forever or just a timed exclusive. "Skyrim VR" is identical to the original game, first released in 2011 - instead of playing the game on a TV from first-person, you are the first-person in question when you're in VR.
Bethesda wants you to stuff its biggest releases right in your face, and if you're going to QuakeCon 2017, you can try before you buy.
Previously announced and shown off at E3, Bethesda is set to launch Doom VR, Fallout VR, and Skyrim VR before the end of 2017. That takes place in Dallas, Texas and runs from August 24th to the 27th.