The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, which initially launched last year exclusively for PSVR, will come to SteamVR with support for both the HTC Vive and the Oculus Rift on April 3.
In an official blog post announcing the release, Bethesda said that Skyrim VR will include the entire base game and all of its DLC expansions, the same as the PSVR version did.
When we reviewed Skyrim VR for PSVR back in November of last year, we said it was “at once the best way to experience Skyrim and the worst way to play it,” citing the clunky controls of the Move controllers as a problem. The improved tracking of both the Vive and Rift controllers, as well as the potential to increase graphics settings, could help mitigate some of our initial issues with it.
We also expect Bethesda to make some more VR-related announcements at E3 this year, and you can check out everything we expect from Bethesda’s E3 press conference here.
Tom Marks is an Associate Editor focusing on PC gaming at IGN. You can follow him on Twitter.