Bethesda has released the launch trailer for Doom VFR to mark its release today, showing off a chunk of demon blasting, hell-stomping action to the game's signature heavy soundtrack

In case you weren't aware, Doom VFR is not just a port of the 2016 Doom reboot to VR headsets, but a new game that takes place around the same timeframe featuring both new areas and versions of the areas explored in last year's title modified to make them slightly easier to navigate without risking motion sickness. 

Rather than the series' famous Doom Guy, you're now playing as Dr Peters, a UAC scientist who gets killed very quickly when Hell's forces are unleashed but thankfully – otherwise we assume it'd be a very short game – his brain is uploaded to an 'artificial brain matrix' to keep the fight going. Not that we expect the plot to be too important.

The game is out today for PlayStation VR and the HTC Vive on PC officially. Originally, users of the Oculus Rift reported crashing when trying to play it, but RoadtoVR reports a fix has been deployed by Valve in the SteamVR beta branch.

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