Los Angeles is currently hosting the premier video game trade show, E3. Various press conferences have already identified upcoming projects among the top publishers in the industry, and virtual reality continues to grow. While VR has a smaller presence compared to last year’s show, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift and PSVR owners have titles to look forward to. We’ve rounded up the biggest VR game announcements at E3 2017.

Fallout 4 VR (HTC Vive)

While Fallout 4 VR debuted as part of E3 2016, the title has made a comeback this year, bolstering Bethesda VR’s efforts. The publisher has previously stressed its commitment to creating a complete gaming experience in virtual reality, and the upcoming release of HTC Vive Fallout 4 proves just that.

Although the game is separate from the 2015 PC version, Fallout 4 VR includes all the content from the main package. Iconic franchise features such as VATS, crafting and deep quests all return from a new perspective in virtual reality. Surprisingly, all of Fallout 4’s controls were able to be converted via the HTC Vive in what looks like a remarkably smooth experience. For now, Fallout 4 appears to be exclusive to the HTC Vive out of the box, and there are currently no plans to expand to other platforms.