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When will Skyrim VR be released?

Skyrim VR is now available to buy on the PlayStation Store following a 17 November 2017 release date - the sixth anniversary of the game’s original launch.

Which platforms is Skyrim VR available on?

Skyrim VR was announced by Bethesda during Sony’s E3 2017 press conference, and is such a PlayStation VR exclusive – at launch, anyway.

While Skyrim VR was initially announced as a PSVR-only title, Bethesda has since confirmed that there will be a HTC Vive variant released at some point in 2018. There's still no news for Rift owners, but it's not a stretch to imagine that it too will get access to Skyrim VR in 2018. 

Those interested in picking up a copy of Skyrim VR should head to the PlayStation Store (£49.99).

What should I expect in terms of gameplay?

Bethesda has confirmed that Skyrim VR will feature the full Skyrim game that was released in 2011, along with all three official add-ons; Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn.

There are a handful of changes to the game though, as would be expected when porting a game to VR. The company says that Skyrim VR “reimagines the complete epic fantasy with an unparalleled sense of scale, depth and immersion”.

A gameplay trailer released by Sony during its E3 presentation (which can be seen at the top of this article) showcases exciting first-person combat and battles with giant spiders, skeleton warriors and dragons alike.