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Two of Nintendo's Biggest Exclusives Will Soon Be Getting Labo VR Support

Two of Nintendo's Biggest Exclusives Will Soon Be Getting Labo VR Support

The latest Nintendo Labo effort is its VR Kit which uses a cardboard headset and a variety of smaller builds to bring more than sixty games to the system in a new dimension. You can even design your own bite-sized VR games and experiences with the included programming tools in Toy-Con Garage and Toy-Con Garage VR. However, it seems that people who don't have the goggles will also be to rewatch videos here. VR can be isolating, but Labo VR is centered around quick, shareable games created to be played with friends. Not only does it include the VR Googles - as they're officially called by the big N - but it also includes the Toy-Con Blaster, Camera, Bird, Wind Pedal, and Elephant, all of which are attachments for the VR Googles that allow for various games.

Both Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be updated to support the Labo VR Goggles on April 25. In Super Mario Odyssey, you can play three new mini-missions to complete various objectives in three familiar Kingdoms.

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This is the second look at how Super Mario Odyssey VR compatibility will work.

If you wind up buying the Starter Set and decide later that you want the other Toy-Cons, Nintendo has you covered there too, as it's offering two VR Kit Expansion Sets.