Fallout 4 VR vs Fallout 4
It’s been 10 years since the release of one of the most iconic games of all time Fallout 1 and it is still fans’ favorite game. Fallout 4 was released in 2015 after getting positive reviews in modding communities and Fallout 4 VR was also released to provide an unimaginable gaming environment to the fans. Actually, it’s a masterpiece created once in a decade. Players can take longer jumps by using their action points and can move in short bursts too. Fallout 4 gives 2 options to its fans. They can choose standard real time fighting combat and turn based VATS features to calculate your odds of success after the enemy specific body parts.
Fallout 4 VR supports visual reality environment factors and shines during conversations, on the other hand, Fallout 4 favors cinematic cuts based on a fixed camera. With the induction of VR technology in Fallout 4, it seems that you are talking to the real characters. You can feel the characters by their odor, during conversations, and judge the characters easily.
Fallout 4 VR Mod
F4 VR has some improvised weapons and armors in its gameplay with some added evil creatures too. Sometimes, it’s really hard for players to aim at enemies with exotic and stylized weapons. Targeting the enemies with the help of VATS is more difficult instead of a mouse in a simple game. The long spaces which F4 VR has can be fun to cover in VR format. Players can move quickly with weapons, ammo, teleportation systems, and other items.
In Fallout 4 VR, players can actually experience the post-nuclear era in a more fashioned and different way. Some players feel more relaxed on its VATS (Vive’s hand tracked touch controls) while moving and shooting. Its controls for Pip Boy’s Clunky interface are very bad and that is the thing that players have to look for in order to proceed in the game. In simple words, it’s really enjoyable if we compare its interface with Fallout 4 and when it comes to face to face with Fallout 4 characters or monsters.
- The combat environment in Fallout 4 is mainly based on shooting and opposing opponents
- If we compare Fallout VR with some other iconic VR shooter games such as Robo Recall or Superhot VR, it is not bad as it looks functionality wise
- Players will have to face some eyeballs and blood continuously spraying at them during the missions
- The sense of presence or interacting with other characters is not up to the mark because players hands aren’t modeled unless you use as for them as a source of weapons
- Like Skyrim VR on PS4 V, players cannot pick up items and move around fast as they can in simple gameplay
- Its interface has some cool VR features too like the compass below the player’s sight, which can let you take in a stunning around view without tracing of floating HUD.
Fallout 4 VR System Requirements
Players will have to maintain the minimum system requirements in order to access Fallout VR.
- OS: Minimum Windows 7 up to Windows 10 with 64-Bit
- Processors: Your system should have a fifth-generation system such as i5-4590 or AMD FX 8350 or a better version
- Ram: Your RAM should be at least 8 GB
- Hard Drive: Minimum 30GB of space needed in order to play
- Graphics Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, AMD RX Vega 56 or above