The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR presents a huge and violent land for travellers, finding aggression at many more of its turns than you will peace. VRFocus recently embarked upon a quest as the unlovable sneak ; a thief with basic magika skills and a penchant for disruptive behaviour. Join us now as we catalogue his first – and last – days in the land of the Nords.

Skyrim VR: VRFocus' Adventuring Life screenshot

The series of pieces below is an account of an unscripted adventure in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR on PlayStation VR. Each decision made had a reason for doing so within the remit of the character that had been designed. A personality that differed from a typical playthrough, FocVRus follows the main questline of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR, but does so without a care for the disruption his actions may cause along the way.

Entering into this quest, VRFocus laid out a few minor rules. Firstly there should be no restarting; a death is a death, and aggression towards non-player characters (NPCs) – accidental or otherwise – must stand. Secondly, no levelling-up: the entirety of this five-day adventure remains at level one. Finally, no purchasing items; a thief is a thief, and what FocVRus wished for must be stolen, received as a reward, or taken by force.

The five days detailed below, including videos of gameplay footage included for each day, showcases a player’s journey from lowly thief to widely respected thief. It’s a testament to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as a six-year-old videogame that it can still feel fresh thanks to virtual reality (VR), wherein The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR is arguably one of the best titles available for the PlayStation VR.

My Life as an Adventurer: Skyrim VR – Day One

My Life as an Adventurer: Skyrim VR – Day Two

My Life as an Adventurer: Skyrim VR – Day Three

My Life as an Adventurer: Skyrim VR – Day Four

My Life as an Adventurer: Skyrim VR – Day Five

 

Skyrim VR: VRFocus' Adventuring Life screenshot

The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim VR launched on PlayStation VR in November 2017. The expectation is that this VR adaptation of the Bethesda Game Studios classic will also launch on PC in , however no specific announcement has yet been made about the possibility of this port. As ever, VRFocus will keep you updated with all the latest details.



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