Nintendo is about to bring virtual reality to its 2 biggest Switch games

Nintendo is soon going to bring two of its best Switch games; The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, into virtual reality.

The Nintendo is soon to release its Labo VR kit and with this, they have also revealed the plans for both Breath of the Wild and Mario Odyssey on Thursday that they will be making them VR compatible. They will be doing this feat with the help of their Toy-Con VR Goggles.

Super Mario Odyssey:

The plans of Nintendo for the Super Mario Odyssey is to launch a new bit sized VR experience just to let the players check it out. From the news of Nintendo, this new experience will be weaved through a few kingdoms of the game.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild:-

As for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the whole game would be able to be played over VR. Now get ready for the attacking bokoblins and coking the armfuls of bananas as they will now be popping out in the virtual reality and straight into the eyes of players.

Making conclusion on the released video by Nintendo, it seems that the players of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will easily be able to switch in an out from VR to Normal mode and vice versa.


As for the time when these updates will be available for downloading, it is April 25th. This will be only 2 weeks after Nintendo releases its Labo VR Kit on April 12th.


As for the price of the full Nintendo Labo VR kit, it costs about 80 dollars. This kit will not only come with VR goggles but also some cardboard constructs along with some VR kit compatible games.

For those who are only looking for Goggles, then they can but the starter pack, which will be available for 40 dollars.

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