Doom VFR


Official E3 reveal trailer.

Doom VFR is a virtual reality game set during the events of Doom (2016), developed by id Software and published by Bethesda on December 1, 2017. It is officially supported on the PC with the HTC Vive headset and wireless handheld controllers, and is also available for the PlayStation VR.[1]


Players take control of a UAC scientist, Dr. Peters, who is one of the last survivors of the demonic invasion of the UAC Mars Base up until he is killed during the beginning events of the game. However, his consciousness is automatically uploaded into the UAC's computer systems, a point from where he is able to control a cybernetic combat chassis, and is tasked with trying to maintain order in the facility and prevent a catastrophic failure of its systems.[2][3]

Game elements[edit]



  • Advanced Research Complex (hub)
  • Administration
  • Lazarus Labs
  • Ravine Substructure
  • BFG Division - Computational Sector
  •  ???
  • The Necropolis
  • Argent Transfer Station



In order of appearance

Side arms[edit]



Doom VFR was first showcased by Bethesda at E3 2017 on June 11.


  • During the introduction sequence, the Doom II music track "The Healer Stalks" is used as elevator music.


  1. Bethesda Softworks (11 June 2017). "Prepare for Virtual Carnage with DOOM: VFR." News. Retrieved 11 June 2017.
  2. Steinman, Gary (21 August 2017). "From Mars to Hell in DOOM VFR." Retrieved 27 August 2017.
  3. Bethesda Softworks (21 August 2017). "From Mars to Hell in DOOM VFR." YouTube. Retrieved 27 August 2017.

Games in the Doom series
Classic Doom
Doom 3 Doom 3Doom 3: BFG EditionDoom 3: VR Edition

Expansions: Doom 3: Resurrection of EvilThe Lost Mission

Official ports: Doom 3 (2019 version)

Related: id Tech 4

Doom (2016) Doom (2016)Doom VFRDoom Eternal

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Mobile games Doom RPGDoom II RPGDoom ResurrectionMighty Doom
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