Elden Ring VR Mod in development from GTAV Modder

An Elden Ring VR mod is in development.

Modder Luke Ross, known for his series of REAL VR mods, is behind the next “port”. As you can see in the video below, the mod will allow you to play the game in first person, seeing the massive world of the RPG masterpiece in a whole new light. This first sequence gives us a quick overview of the opening tutorial area.

Elden Ring VR game mode

Ross’ other mods – which include work on Grand Theft Auto V, Red Dead Redemption 2 and Horizon: Zero Dawn – all use the gamepad for traditional controls rather than trying to implement motion controllers. This will always be the case here, which makes a lot of sense. Like other Souls games before it, Elden Ring is all about judging attack animations and weapon speed. It just wouldn’t translate to VR controllers, which is one of the reasons we probably haven’t seen many Souls-likes in VR yet.

You will no doubt need a beast of a PC to keep the game running at a stable frame rate. According to PC Gamer, Ross hopes to release the mod by the end of April, but there could be delays on that front. The developer will release the mod as part of their Patreon campaign, with subscribers having access to it. Most recently, the developer released a mod for Cyberpunk 2077 and has plans for even more big titles in the future.

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