Fallout 4 VR is a hotly anticipated games from Bethesda that promises to deliver a full game experience on a scale we haven't so far seen in VR. Here's everything you need to know about it.

There are still quite a few questions that need answering about Fallout 4 VR, but we already have a good idea of what the game is going to look like. Here's everything we know so far.

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What's new for Fallout 4 VR?

At E3 2017, Bethesda released a new trailer for the highly anticipated Fallout 4 VR.

How do I get Fallout 4 VR?

Fallout 4 VR is available for preorder on Steam for about $60. Considering the amount of work that has gone into turning Fallout 4 into a VR experience, this price was expected.

All we know so far is that Fallout 4 VR is coming October 2017. It will initially be available exclusively for the HTC Vive, but it's expected that savvy users out there will quickly have it working for Oculus Rift.

As for PlayStation VR, it looks like a no-go, at least for the foreseeable future.

Updated October 2, 2017: HTC has announced that from here on out, anyone who purchases a Vive from the official website or any authorized retailers will receive a free pre-order code for Fallout 4 VR.

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Do I get Fallout 4 VR if I have the regular game's season pass?

Unfortunately, no. This is a new, standalone game that requires a separate purchase. It doesn't matter how deluxe or special your version, if you want to play in VR, you'll be making a separate purchase of about $60.

What is Fallout 4 VR?

Bethesda has made a big deal of promoting Fallout 4 VR as a full game. That means this isn't just a small VR add-on for the regular Fallout 4. Everything you love about the original PC game, including the gory gunplay, the crafting, and the thrilling storyline, is here, but you'll get to experience it with the Vive on your head, motion controllers in your hand, and your VR space to move around in.

Does Fallout 4 VR include the expansion packs?

The store listing has some very careful wording:

Fallout 4 VR includes the complete core game will all-new combat, crafting, and building systems fully reimagined for virtual reality.

The "core game" mention seems to indicate that VR will not see the DLC content, but in the Fallout 4 VR trailer, there's a quick shot of the Pip-Boy with the "Vault-Tec Calling" quest that is only found in the "Vault-Tec Workshop" DLC.

The incriminating quest.

We will have to wait a bit longer to see what exactly is including in Fallout 4 VR, but so far it looks like there will be plenty to do.

What type of movement does Fallout 4 VR employ?

There is a distinct division between VR users when it comes to locomotion. Many enjoy standard locomotion — the kind that simulates regular walking and running — while many others enjoy teleportation thanks to it being less nausea-inducing.

From what we've seen in the most recent Fallout 4 VR trailer, there will be standard locomotion, and teleportation is likely to also be included as it was the original method of movement when Bethesda started on this project.

Will V.A.T.S. be available in Fallout 4 VR?

The Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System (V.A.T.S.) is a staple of recent Fallout games, and it lets you slow down time in order to choose your shots carefully. It's a big help when you're overwhelmed by enemies, and it's making an appearance in Fallout 4 VR.

Showing off V.A.T.S.

This is great news, as the intensity of regular Fallout 4 is going to be at an entirely new level when you're actually inside the game.

How do the controls work in Fallout 4 VR?

Everything in Fallout 4 VR is controlled with your Vive wands. Movement is handled with a touchpad, crafting seems to work the same way, and you can even give quick commands to Dogmeat while holding a gun.

Crafting with the Vive wands

In the trailer, you can see that the Vive wands show up as they appear in real life. Hopefully, Bethesda changes those to hands, as having the actual controllers in a game definitely breaks immersion.

When can I play?!

Bethesda has confirmed that we'll be heading into the wastelands exclusively on the HTC Vive starting December 12th. Rumors had been circulating about a PlayStation VR release, but it looks like those plans are either delayed thanks to an exclusivity agreement or were false.

What do you think?

Are you excited for Fallout 4 VR? What are you hoping it brings to the table? Let us know in the comments section!