Todd Howard Talks Fallout 4 VR Coming To E3 2017
(Last Updated On: March 21, 2017)

He has spoken, Godd Howard the meme, and Fallout 4 VR will be showcased at this year’s E3 2017. During an interview at PAX East 2017, Bethesda’s Vice President of PR and Marketing, Pete Hines, also elaborated on some things regarding Todd Howard and Fallout 4 VR at this year’s upcoming E3.

If you thought “It Just Works” is cool, well another line will follow suit, insofar that publication site GameRant posted up Godd Howard talking about Fallout 4 VR,  which reads:

“Fallout 4 VR is the most incredible thing you’ve ever seen in your life. You can’t even imagine what it’s like playing in VR and how realistic it looks with everywhere you turn your head.”

Remember this everyone, that quote above is the exact words of Godd Howard…

Furthermore, Bethesda’s Vice President of PR and Marketing, Pete Hines, took up an interview with Hip Hop Gamer at PAX East 2017 that the publication site also included, which reveals that a demo of Fallout 4 VR will be present at the upcoming E3 2017 event at the company’s press conference.

Backing Godd Howard up, Hines noted too that the post-apocalyptic VR game will “blow your mind.” I’m not sure if the VR version of Fallout 4 will actually blow gamers’ minds, but having a go with VR (PSVR to be exact) myself, it really does take you out of this world and into another, which is pretty cool. I just don’t like that there are quite a bit of crappy games out for VR in general, but hopefully much better titles will come out in the near future.

Anyways, folks are expected to see some crazy stuff according to Howard in that the VR version of FO4 will be the most “craziest thing you’ve ever seen.” Please take those words from Godd Howard with a grain of salt until proven true, otherwise disappointment has a high chance of filling you up.

Lastly, the publication site notes that folks may see more than just Fallout 4 VR at this year’s E3, but I should warn you that this latter information that’s about to come up sits on the rumor side, so I’d thought to warn you before taking this as fact. The site notes that we could see The Evil Within 2, Wolfenstein: The New Colossus and the Elder Scrolls 6 at the June event.

But you know what, Godd Howard is known for singing a certain song, but I can’t quite remember it…


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  • Pratim Gupta

    Tell me more sweet lies, Todd, tell me more, it just works

  • Ghost

    “Fallout 4 VR is the most incredible thing you’ve ever seen in your life. ”
    I some how doubt that.

    • Disqusted

      Man, I hate PR guys like him and Regginator. When they open their mouth, bullshit flows out. I wish they’d just tell it like it is. Then maybe I’d actually feel like paying them money.

      • Ethan42

        Right!? Maybe if they cut the PR BS and just announced things more straight forward in an honest way, I bet more people would trust them.

      • Mr.Towel

        It appears that the Tale of Peter Molyneux didn’t teach anything to this industry.

  • Phasmatis75

    Now if only the base game wasn’t a bug ridden virtue signally, poorly written piece of garbage, that couldn’t even get the most basic concepts of AI programming while it’s predecessor had a joke about about limiters not being put in.

  • Disqusted

    Really tried to like Fallout 4, but it felt like I was constantly an errand boy for assholes using me. Didn’t feel as free as Skyrim did. Especially when the factions in Fallout 4 basically tell you “our way or the high way” and force you to pick only one. None of them represented what I wanted to do.

    Is there not already a VR mod for Fallout 4? I’m more interested in Elder Scrolls 6. Hope they don’t screw that up.

    • Phasmatis75

      Institute because at least they give you an explanation for why it’s their way or the high way and leave your minutemen alone.

      • Disqusted

        Yeah, but I thought they were assholes too. It was a lot like voting in a political election: all the choices had a few good things, but a lot of bad that I just couldn’t agree with.

        In those kinds of cases, I either don’t make a choice, or I create my own option, if possible.

        I hated that it wasn’t possible to convince them to do what the player wants. I was just a pawn to them. Bunch of lazy NPCs who sit on their asses. There should have been some way to advance the main plot without helping anyone.

        • Phasmatis75

          The problem is that their lore is really poorly flushed out and written. Many people don’t like the Institute because of their do nothing but retarded stuff nature like giving synths more features than are necessary for them to perform their duties.

          All in all they were the least horrible option and everything wrong with them I just plan to undo in my head canon. Plus I’m not blowing up a working fusion reactor for absolutely no reason.

  • HisShadowX

    Holy fucking shit