Zelda and Mario confirmed for Nintendo Switch VR

Nintendo Labo VR will work with Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild

Nintendo Labo VR will work with Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild

The House of Mario is trying to turn that around through its Labo line of DIY cardboard project kits. On Thursday, Nintendo revealed that Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on the Switch will support the upcoming Toy-Con VR Goggles, which come included in the recently announced Nintendo Labo: VR Kit.

Using the VR goggles, players will observe Mario from a third-person perspective, and be able to tilt their head to alter the camera's angles from above, but you'll still be using the regular Joy-Cons to control the plumber's in-game movements as usual.

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Both of the VR updates are set to release on April 25, 2019, for free. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also received several accolades throughout the gaming industry including Game of the Year in 2017 at The Game Awards. Meanwhile, Nintendo says that the entirety of Breath of the Wild can be played in VR mode, and that you can switch back and forth between VR and normal play at any time you want. Both updates will be made available free of charge. You can just play the game in completion while wearing the goggles.

Super Mario Odyssey's VR mode features additional "bite-sized" experiences, along with three new mini-missions that involve collecting music notes and notes. You can grab the VR Labo kit starting April 12 for $80 with all its accessories, or the starter kit for just $40 for the goggles and blaster, including the Screen Holder and Safety Cap.

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