Two rather exciting titles have straddled the top of the PSVR store for a while now with nothing but a ‘pre-order' place holder and a price – DOOM VFR and Skyrim VR – priced at £19.99 and £49.99 respectively. At Gamescom, Bethesda has confirmed a release date for two of the most anticipated VR games. The Elder Scrolls will launch first on November 17, 2017 followed by DOOM VFR December 1, 2017. Skyrim VR features the same gameplay as the standard edition, including all DLC content, whereas DOOM is a standalone game built specifically for virtual reality “I really encourage anybody who wants a fast-paced combat experience to look at DOOM VFR,” adds Game Director Marty Stratton. “It’s going to be different than a lot of the stuff they play in VR. Everybody at id is just thrilled to be bringing DOOM to VR.”
Splash Damage's 2011 team-based parkour shooter Brink in its first year, but more than half a decade later its fire has nearly extinguished. To keep the forgotten game relevant, Bethesda has decided to simply give the game away on . There is still DLC, but it's all very, very cheap, with the most packs costing a mere £0.79 / $1 and the total coming to a scant £3.07 / $3.77 (or £4.07 / $4.99 when not on sale). We quite liked Brink back in the day. At the time, Eurogamer contributor Simon Parkin called it "an exceptional team shooter, smart, supremely well balanced and with a unique, exciting art style" in his .