Let’s get this over with – it’s Bethesda and this is one of their first shots at VR so there were bound to be bugs and issues. So yeah, Fallout 4 VR isn’t perfect – as we also pointed out in our review of the game. The controls are clunky and there’s no true interaction with the environment. But probably one of the biggest issues people have had with the game since its release was the blurry visuals.
Bethesda is working to solve some of the issues people have been reporting though, and in the patch they just released, called Steam Beta Update 18.104.22.168, the publisher said that they have fixed the blurriness problem that people have been having in Fallout 4 VR.
The update also fixed an issue that would affect the in-game resolution based on desktop resolution and an issue where foliage would flicker while moving the headset. So all you have to do is opt into the Beta for Fallout 4 VR on Steam. You can find the instructions on how to do that on the game’s Steam page. However, do note that you will then be playing the Beta version which will probably have some other issues of its own as well. So I guess you could just wait for a full patch in a couple of months too. Which isn’t a great option, but it’s an option.
Though people have been reporting that the visuals look much better now. There’s also been reports that turning the anti-aliasing off will make the in-game graphics look much better too. But it’s up to you to tweak the settings to work with your system. Good luck out there and keep your armor powered up!
There’s have also been some reports that Fallout 4 VR will support mods too. So you might soon have stormtrooper companions in the wasteland if that’s what you want.
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