Nintendo Switch VR coming through Labo kit

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The Nintendo Switch Is Getting A VR Labo Kit

The Nintendo Labo VR Kit launches next month in all regions.

For those interested in buying the Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit, it will be available on April 12 for the Nintendo Switch. The basic starter kit includes the VR goggles and blaster sets. The full kit will include the Toy-Cons mentioned above as well as a Toy-Con Bird, Toy-Con Wind Pedal and Toy-Con Elephant for $79.99. Nintendo of America president Doug Bowser said this is meant to encourage interactions among players, virtual or not. Although this isn't VR, it's similar in a sense because you'll be controlling the in-game robot using your movements, more akin to how the Nintendo Wii works. Including a pair of VR goggles, a blaster, camera, bird, wind pedal, and an elephant.

Switch owners can turn their console into a VR system using a cardboard kit.

With the state of video games evolving from the mouse and keyboard/controller combination to a more immersive experience, augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) have begun to take shape as the next step in the gaming experience.

You might be asking "What IS Nintendo Labo?".

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Nintendo's latest Labo kit fuses DIY cardboard construction projects with virtual reality, promising a simple and shareable VR experience for kids and families.

Nintendo has officially unveiled its fourth Labo Toy-Con kit for the Switch console, and in doing so has finally confirmed the long-standing rumour that the console would receive a virtual reality (VR) add-on.

A full kit including all of the different attachments will be available, but there will also be smaller Labo bundles with just a couple of options instead.

The base $39.99 Nintendo Labo VR Kit will come with the Toy-Con VR Goggles and Blaster. Though its kits can be hard to find online and don't include the Toy-Con Garage software, it's had some unique projects for sale in the past (like a guitar) that can be worth it if you're looking for something different.

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