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Welcome to the VTOL VR Wiki!

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The community-run VTOL VR Wiki is dedicated to collecting and aggregating information on all the different facets of the popular military-themed VR flight simulator VTOL VR. Whether you are just trying to get through one of the campaigns, working on perfecting your carrier landing technique, or even doing research on specific units or gameplay mechanics, this wiki is sure to have the information you need to raise your skill from the runway to Angels 10 in no time!


We are maintaining 178 articles and 741 files across the wiki and constantly expanding.

Game Overview

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VTOL VR is a near-future virtual-reality mil-fantasy flight game developed by Paolo Encarnación, also known as BahamutoD, of Boundless Dynamics, original creator of the BDArmory mod for Kerbal Space Program. VTOL VR is centered around air combat, putting players in one of three aircraft in a military environment. Players can interact with each button and switch in their cockpit to control their aircraft; no keyboard or even HOTAS interaction is required. Players can take on a number of different enemies, including hostile aircraft, ground units, and even naval ships with a plethora of strong weaponry. VTOL VR was released on Steam Early Access on August 7, 2017, and entered 1.0 on August 7, 2020. VTOL VR is currently in version v1.9.6.

VTOL VR is playable on the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift (S), Valve Index, Oculus Quest (only via Oculus Link or Virtual Desktop), and Windows Mixed Reality. The game requires both an HMD and controllers. There is optional hardware rudder support, but no HOTAS support.

VTOL VR offers a small variety of advanced multi-role aircraft for use:

  • AV-42C, a Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL) capable vehicle.
  • F/A-26B, a carrier based air-superiority fighter that can be configured for ground attack roles.
  • F-45A, a small stealth aircraft with VTOL capabilities and an internal weapons bay.
  • AH-94 (DLC), an attack helicopter apt for carrying out close air support tasks.
  • T-55 (DLC), a two-seater jet designed for training purposes.
  • EF-24G (DLC), a two-seater jet designed for electronic warfare.

The game offers missions that put players in transport, air-to-ground, and air-to-air combat roles. Additionally, users can create their own maps and missions or play other users' content via the Steam Workshop.

If you feel like something's missing from the wiki, or an article just needs a bit of cleaning up, feel free to pitch in with some writing or other edits! Every contribution makes a difference, no matter how small!

Feel free to check out the other community areas on the wiki and get more involved with its development:

  • Our Discord server: A great place to discuss wiki policies and development, keeping up with admin announcements, and discussing VTOL VR more in-depth. Feel free to ask a question about gameplay, suggest a new addition to the wiki, or even complain about how radar-guided missiles are frickin impossible to evade smh!!!1!!
  • The To-Do List: This page lists various priority tasks to handle around the wiki, first-come-first-serve. For the intrepid, helpful VTOL VR veterans or deft style-writers looking to help out with tidying up the wiki, this is the place to be!

VTOL VR has evolved very rapidly over its three years of development, and it's only fair that its wiki evolves in suit. On behalf of the VTOL VR Wiki administration, welcome to the wiki and enjoy your info-gorging!

Notice: The VTOL VR Wiki is not directly affiliated with or under the direct jurisdiction of Boundless Dynamics. This is not a website for submitting bug reports or requesting new game features. If you would like to get in contact with the game's developers, please do so through their official Discord server.

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