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Fallout 4, the legendary post-apocalyptic adventure from Bethesda Game Studios and winner of more than 200 ‘Best Of’ awards, including the DICE and BAFTA Game of the Year, finally comes in its entirety to VR. Fallout 4 VR includes the complete core game with all-new combat, crafting, and building systems fully reimagined for virtual reality. The freedom of exploring the wasteland comes alive like never before.
As the sole survivor of Vault 111, you enter a world destroyed by nuclear war. Every second is a fight for survival, and every choice is yours. Only you can rebuild and determine the fate of the Wasteland. Welcome home.

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        Where should I start? I think I am relieving my Anger. The Game is not out for a whole Day and the whole Forum is awash with Hate and Anger. Here and there one finds meaningful Criticism, perhaps not always quite sensibly described, but at least Things that are Once capable of Criticism. Examples are; -"The Resolution is a funny one and the Game is unplayable"-"€60 for a game I've already played"-"No DLCs although something like that has been shown in a Trailer"-"Occulus support is not implemented" I feel yes, but somewhere I find the Complaint Then grossly exaggerated. Why? Well; The Resolution is so Shit because the Game is based on your Desktop Resolution. If you set a 4K resolution, then go into VR, you'll notice it will work out. There are multiple Threads in the Forum that explain the Hair Small. People about 90% of The People who write that to them that is to You. You'll be calling 400 to €1000for a VR Glasses on the Table AND complaining about £60. My Fresco is the Hypocritical. On top of that, does any of you Have any idea what the huge Effort was even to get an Implementation on VR? Hit Boxing Customization, VATS Redesign, control Elements include, Character Hitbox, and and so on. Yes, it is a Game you have all had through tens of times. But Fallout has always been a Game you turn on, go somewhere and notice & quot ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ the Place I have never seen "or" Oha the Detail has never occurred to me. " And from the first Person, not as a simple Player, but as a Character, the number is bigger again. It's Worth it. Well I would have complained about nen Discount but pfft. Mir Wump. If obviously Mods (as it says in the Forums) work, Bethesda will certainly reintroduce the mod library (from me also forced), presumably they will reinstall their Creators Club Anyway, and to escape the ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ torm reinstate normal Mods. This also applies to the DLCs. I am, for the time being, for the time being, sure of that. From the Beginning it was clear that Occulus is not supported. Sorry for you, but Bethesda has Problems with the Developers of the Oculus and that is, for the time being, neither To blame either Side. The People who do it anyway! Try to use the Occulus and then howl in the Forum like Kiddie's all "Go don't go awahwahwah!" Are real Full Nappel in my Eyes. I just Advise Waiting and keeping Calm. Certainly Bethesda does not miss the Occulus owners to move ashore, after all, want to earn the Money. So with 40% of the rest of The mail I only Read I can only say; "You notice it to a lot of people who had to give their ' I am an an an entitled Brat ' opinion the best because they either have the wrong glasses, none at all or get upset about the Price, even though they have already shelled hundreds of Euros for the Glasses. The whole ' Bethesda has killed VR ' or ' You have bucked ' posts are so ridiculous. Can please set up a ne Case Study of which of them played it in the first place? Sun... Enough Rage. Let's Move on to the Review. Pro-Mutha ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ in VR, Folks. Deathclaws shredding from close Range. Really horny. -Power Armor very successful. -The whole damn Coregame, with all sorts of Secrets. One of the first Games for VR with such a content share. -Free Bodytraining, because if you exhibit The Option for simple Sneaking at The Touch of a button, you have to go into the Squat yourself. -VATS is really great implemented, even for which these do not have so with Targets, Weapons work really well, Melee very well done. Con-Yes the Game looks kind of graphically lowres. But gabs don't already have the Eclipse that is not so Gnarking at the Release of Fallout 4? -Yes, I am also bothered by THE DLC Content and the direct Modimplementation. I hope for Bethesda's Honor (or Greed, no matter what it brings to Work) that comes. -Price is Pride, admittedly. Only I was ready to see over it. -The Community. I'm so glad that this isn't a Multiplayer title. Holy Hell, Folks. Stay cool this will. I have to say that I play with ner GraKa, which doesn't match the Specs and it runs like Water. So anyone Who complains about having to buy new graphic card, I say to that nö. Nich absolutely. Have the Feeling that that's not so important. For my Part, anyone who loves Fallout and the VR uses can recommend the Game. Warm. I am already happy to explore the World Firsthand.
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