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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (PC Digital Download Code) EXPIRED

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Eneba has The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR (PC Digital Download Code) on sale for $10.52 -> now $10.95 when you apply discount code ENEBAHASWARES at checkout or when you following the instructions listed below

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  1. Go to Skyrim VR (PC Digital Download Code)
  2. Select Frosty Entertainment as the seller
  3. Add to cart
  4. Proceed to checkout
  5. Add discount code ENEBAHASWARES
  6. Your total will be $10.52 -> now $10.95 (includes ~$0.97 service fee)

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    • A true, full-length open-world game for VR has arrived from Bethesda Game Studios. Skyrim VR reimagines the complete epic fantasy masterpiece with an unparalleled sense of scale, depth, and immersion. Skyrim VR also includes all official add-ons.
    • ESRB Rating: Mature (Ages 17+)
    • This deal is currently $49.47 less (82.46% savings) than the $59.99 list price on Steam.
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Eneba.com [eneba.com] has [Steam] Skyrim (VR) for $11

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Yes if you're itching to replay Skyrim. It's one of the few 20+ hour VR games. The combat is nowhere near as good as other sword fighting VR games (you just sort of flail your arms around), but then again the combat gameplay has never been the focus of the games in the first place.


Vive, Rift, Index, or WMR. The key is for steam, but any headset should be fine (unless you have Quest in which case you're need something like Virtual Desktop as well).
I've bought 20+ keys from that site never had an issues .
I mean that's the point of VR isn't it? You can also change to locomotive movement instead of teleport

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Thanks, bought for a family member. Saw the skeptical reviews of the website, but order went through fine and was able to add to Steam within seconds.
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I've wanted to pick this up, thanks for posting. Product was activated right after purchasing.
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Where do you enter the code?
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I've bought 20+ keys from that site never had an issues .
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Worked great, thanks!
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Is this worth to get for VR? I have the original game.
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What VR do u buy to play this
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Quote from gtsaigt :
Is this worth to get for VR? I have the original game.
Yes if you're itching to replay Skyrim. It's one of the few 20+ hour VR games. The combat is nowhere near as good as other sword fighting VR games (you just sort of flail your arms around), but then again the combat gameplay has never been the focus of the games in the first place.

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What VR do u buy to play this
Vive, Rift, Index, or WMR. The key is for steam, but any headset should be fine (unless you have Quest in which case you're need something like Virtual Desktop as well).
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I paid $45 for this last year.

Regarding gameplay, it potentially is always up for something new as the modding community is extremely active. If you're not looking at using mods then it's a bit clunky, but just a magic and menu mod for Skyrim VR makes an amazing experience.

Bethesda game replayability is measured in years because of modding. I recently replayed Fallout New Vegas because of the New California mod. I don't know another VR game apart from Skyrim VR there that has has this going for it (if you do speak up), as I heard Fallout 4 VR is a mess.
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Last edited by ssrrr123 March 19, 2021 at 03:46 PM. Reason: clarify which game titles i am referring to
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I used to be an adventurer like you
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I bought this but never ended up playing it because you can't use keyboard and mouse. Have to use the VR controllers and that teleport crap is annoying
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I bought this but never ended up playing it because you can't use keyboard and mouse. Have to use the VR controllers and that teleport crap is annoying
I mean that's the point of VR isn't it? You can also change to locomotive movement instead of teleport
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I paid $45 for this last year.

Regarding gameplay, it potentially is always up for something new as the modding community is extremely active. If you're not looking at using mods then it's a bit clunky, but just a magic and menu mod for Skyrim VR makes an amazing experience.

Bethesda game replayability is measured in years because of modding. I recently replayed Fallout New Vegas because of the New California mod. I don't know another VR game apart from Skyrim VR there that has has this going for it (if you do speak up), as I heard Fallout 4 VR is a mess.
If you mean a good VR game that has modding there is also Blade and sorcery. The modding community for that is amazing
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