However, these processes are typically reserved for the more tech-savvy users, and native Steam support will open the door for players that are just testing the waters of VR, or don't have any experience in modding the game. The game officially releases on PC on the 3rd of April.
At first, Skyrim VR was only announced to be a thing on PSVR, even though similar games like Fallout 4 VR or DOOM VR were released on PC. Initially, it was only available for PlayStation VR. Skyrim VR seemed like the ideal candidate for an eventual Steam release, but up until today, Bethesda has kept quiet on such a port. In addition to receiving the vanilla game, Skyrim VR also includes all of the post-launch content released for it: Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn.
While most Elder Scrolls fans are probably wondering when Bethesda will finally reveal The Elder Scrolls VI, it turns out the company isn't quite finished with its long line of Skyrim ports. Now, Skyrim VR comes to a new platform - PC using SteamVR - on April 3. Are you ready for some VR action?
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If you thought the original Skyrim was immersive, you are in for a treat: Skyrim VR offers new controls for virtual reality movement, combat, magic etc.
Regardless, Skyrim VR is not for the faint of heart.
With the game coming to HTC Vive, Windows Mixed Reality and Oculus VR, it becomes possible for it to get better graphics as well, because both these run on PCs and are not limited by the default specs of a PlayStation.