Learn about Breath of the Wild's upcoming VR update in new interview

Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Technical Director Reveals More About The Labo VR Update

Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Technical Director Reveals More About The Labo VR Update

Hello, I'm Takuhiro Dohta, the technical director for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Then set the Toy-Con VR Goggles option to ON, and simply insert your Nintendo Switch console into the VR Goggles and attach its Joy-Con controllers to the sides.

While Super Mario Odyssey will give players unique VR-exclusive missions, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will actually be fully playable with the headset.

The game will control the same and feature the same content, but the VR mode will offer a "new perspective", with the camera moving around to accommodate users looking around the world. Thumper seems like a no-brainer, as the game is already available on other VR platforms. Mr. Dohta encourages players to head to their favorite spots and characters to take in the sights again, stating the those on the dev team made it their goal to allow the feature to work throughout all of Hyrule.

The idea spawned from Dohta seeing the VR Goggles demonstrated for the first time, and the decision was made to allow players to enjoy the game as it now is, adding VR support only to augment the experience so those interested in participating could "see whatever parts" they want. The experience was quite a surprise, and I started thinking that maybe we'd be able to do something with them in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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The Labo VR kit is out in the world, offering up its own assortment of things to try.

By the sounds of it, VR support has really been designed as a drop in and out experience rather than playing an entire quest or shrine all the way through.

For anyone who finds the motion control camera too intense, there'll be an option to turn off the gyro function completely within the options menu, while still being able to enjoy the stereoscopic vision. The nature of the Nintendo Switch system multiplies the fun further by giving you the freedom to play wherever and whenever you like.

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