DisplayLink’s Impressive Wireless VR Solution, Bethesda on VR Support, ‘Walking Dead’ in VR, and More – Road to VR


Here’s our roundup of news from ‘day 4’ of E3 2017. New The
Walking Dead
games were revealed, Bethesda clarifies VR
platform exclusivity stance, we go hands-on with Ace Combat
and try out DisplayLink’s XR wireless solution for the
HTC Vive.

Multiple The Walking Dead VR Games in Development:

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A new partnership to develop multiple original VR titles within
the extended The Walking Dead universe was announced at
E3 2017
. In an interview with IGN, Skybound Entertainment
and Skydance Interactive Presidents of Interactive Dan Murray
and Peter Ackermann discussed details of a new series of
“immersive narrative storytelling” titles currently in the
works, promising new characters and a new storyline. The games
run on Unreal Engine, and are targeting all three major VR

Bethesda Plans to Support “as many platforms as we can”:

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A recent tweet from Bethesda looked to quell fears in the
community about VR platform exclusivity
. Having showcased
Doom VFR for PSVR and HTC Vive and Fallout VR
for Vive at the Bethesda keynote, followed by the reveal of
Skyrim VR for PSVR during Sony’s presentation, the VR
community have reacted to the obvious omission of the Oculus
Rift. The missing association is understandable, as Bethesda’s
parent company ZeniMax was engaged in a legal battle…

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