Skyrim VR Looks Awesome but It Lacks Something
Skyrim VR is soon to be released and developers added locomotion features to the game with PS Move and Dualshock 4 controllers and other interesting stuff.
Skyrim VR is Almost Here but it Lacks Mods
The Virtual Reality version of Skyrim will release for the PlayStation VR later this month and the package will include the full base game and the three expansions (Dragonborn, Dawnguard, and Hearthfire). Skyrim features a lot of content, this game will probably be the largest and most in-depth VR game ever released with approximately 100 hours of gameplay, but it won’t release with mod support.
The Elder Scrolls games and Skyrim, in particular, have been popular for years for having such an engaged modding community both on PC and also consoles with the release of the Skyrim Special Edition on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Modders could tweak and modify the game however they want, bringing unlimited hours of extra fun for players.
Whatever you desire you can have with mods, whether you want more spells, all types of swords, and even more dungeons and adventures, you can have whatever you want. Modding could make anything possible. Unfortunately, the Virtual Reality version of the coming Skyrim won’t have mod support, at least not for now.
It’s a bit of a disappointment for Skyrim fans that hoped to mod the heck out of the game, considering the PS4 version already has mod support, but some argue there are explanations for this absence. Numerous visuals in the PSVR edition were downgraded and feature different assets, so it won’t be easy peasy to port the same PS4 mods. Also, most of the game files and designs will be different to accommodate head tracking and motion controls.
Skyrim VR will release on the PlayStation VR on November 17th for all those that want to re-explore Tamriel in Virtual Reality.