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Todd Howard recently attended the annual Gamelab conference; an event which has been taking place in Barcelona over the last few days. At the event, he received an “Industry Legend” award, and also sat down with journalist Geoff Keighley to discuss his career and future projects.

One topic that came up was VR; something which Bethesda had been seeming to lean towards after the launch of projects like Fallout VR. Howard gave his thoughts on the state of VR, and his hopes for the future.

Bethesda first announced a “Bethesda VR” division at E3 2016. Then, in 2017, the studio made a big push towards VR; they released The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR in November, followed by Fallout 4 VR and Doom VFR the following month.

After that, more VR development was expected from Bethesda, but it doesn’t seem to have materialized. Among the different projects announced at E3 this year, the only one to feature VR support of any kind was The Elder Scrolls: Blades. Read more from vgr.com…

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