As Nintendo announced its upcoming Nintendo Labo VR Kit they mentioned that it will support two of the Switch’s most well-known games: Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild with “bite-sized” experiences. The VR Toy-Con is suppoused to allow families to test VR out, so they can not to drop the large amount of money on the PSVR or an Oculus.
Super Mario Odyssey will support a small experience; three mini-missions in the Seaside, Cap and Luncheon Kingdoms will be available. Breath of the Wild probably will be supported wholly, with gameplay snippets from all over Hyrule being shown in the trailer. The feature can be turned on or off at any time via the options menu.
The VR Kit is full with fun projects to create and play with, as a rocket launcher-like blaster or a wind pedal.
VR compatibility to the Mario and Zelda titles will come with free updates on April 25, 2019. The Nintendo Labo VR kit will be released on April 12 for the Nintendo Switch. The whole set with all accesories will be $79.99, but a Starter Kit with the VR goggles and blaster will cost $39.99.