Nintendo Announces To Bring Mario And Zelda In Virtual Reality


The Japanese multinational video game company officially announced to add Mario and Zelda to its Labo virtual reality kit. 

The Kyoto based company on April 5, 2019, officially announced to add Mario and Zelda to its Labo virtual reality kit. The game, “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” is gaining viewers’ support concerning virtual reality whereas “Super Mario Odyssey” is getting advanced updates. Both the advanced games are likely to get updates free of cost by April 25, 2019.

The choice taken by the Japanese company is very unusual since the Labo VR kit is made for fast and fun games, thus involving technical specifications of the to be introduced games will be a little difficult. Furthermore, there is no news concerning the idea that the game will have an entirely different perspective, which means that the user will still be playing in the third person. This can get uncomfortable because the head gear will remain stationary, whereas the camera will be in continuous motion.

It is very hard to estimate whether the two sets of games will be available free of cost since it involves too much technical specifications. Thus, it is advised to the customers not to rush in for buying this product for the declared set of games. On April 5, 2019, the Nintendo of America officially tweeted, “Experience 2 beloved games in new ways with the Toy-Con VR Goggles from the #NintendoLabo: VR Kit!”


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