City start-up’s new video VR release

THE virtual reality release of video game Fallout 4 was celebrated with a launch party on Brighton seafront, hosted by GOVR.

GOVR is a city virtual reality events start up.

The launch party was attended by London-based YouTube personality JadeKVR, attracting attention on a local and national level.

Mark Bou Mansour, co-founder at GOVR, said: “People on the fence about virtual reality are often holding out for that game that feels just right.

“Fallout 4 VR brings together the exciting new field of VR with one of the most loved gaming franchises, making it possible to experience the Fallout universe like never before.

“We’re very excited to be able to bring this game to Brighton.”

GOVR recently hosted Brighton’s first virtual reality tournament.

The start-up has been making waves in the city by disrupting the standard virtual reality arcade model and making virtual reality more affordable.

Fallout 4 is a 2015 post-apocalyptic adventure game from Bethesda Game Studios in which players must explore, survive and rebuild a world destroyed by nuclear war.

The virtual reality release of the game brings all new combat, crafting and building systems that have been fully reimagined for virtual reality.

The launch event took place in Brighton’s newest gaming and board game café, C: Side Quest.

GOVR also hosted Brighton’s first virtual reality tournament as part of the Brighton Digital Festival in September/

GOVR aims to make it easy and affordable to enjoy virtual reality. More details can be found at

Bethesda Game Studios is the award-winning development team known around the world for its groundbreaking work on the The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series.

It has earned its reputation as one of the industry’s most respected and accomplished game development studios.

JadeKVR is a London-based virtual reality and gaming content creator.

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