On that end, Nintendo has announced that the VR Kit will be compatible with the most recent installments of its two biggest franchises: Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
The games will be receiving a free update that will allow you to use them with the upcoming Nintendo Labo VR Kit.
In Super Mario Odyssey, fans can expect three new mini-missions made for VR, collecting music notes and coins throughout.
Meanwhile, the VR update for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will add a new Toy-Con VR Goggles option in the menu. Gamers can buy Labo VR kits and assemble their own headsets and weird, wacky peripherals like a bird, an elephant trunk, and even a gun to interact with special VR games.
Nintendo also invites players to experience Breath of the Wild like never before in VR. Players can easily turn Toy-Con VR Googles support in game and they will not be required to create a new save file to jump into Hyrule in virtual reality.
Nintendo released its Labo line of products last spring, and the cardboard kits are meant to provide interactive build-and-play experiences.
The Labo VR Kits will be available April 12th. While the former will only have pre-defined sections that can be played in VR, Zelda will playable in its entirety. It comes complete with six new Toy-Con creations, each of which connects with the new Toy-Con VR Goggles. The suggested retail price for the full VR kit is US$79.99 and the starter kit + blaster set is US$39.99.
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