VR Kit will make its debut on April 12, 2019.
The VR Kits for Nintendo Switch will be available on 12 April and cost $79.99 and $39.99 respectively (we're still waiting for United Kingdom prices).
While rumors of a Nintendo Switch VR accessory have been circulating for over a year, perceived technical limitations of the Switch made it seem more pipe dream than potential product. Fend off an alien invasion with the Toy-Con Blaster, visit a colourful in-game ocean and snap photos of the sea life with the Toy-Con Camera, and so much more.
As with Cardboard the Labo VR Kit won't have you strapping anything to your face, and you likely won't be playing AAA titles.
"We wanted to design an experience that encourages both virtual and real-world interactions among players", Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America's chief, said in a statement Thursday.
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Nintendo says the new kit "encourages passing around Toy-Con creations among a group of people so everyone in the room can easily join in on the fun".
The new Toy-Con is available in two configurations: the complete VR Kit set includes the Switch software and materials to build all six Labo VR projects-VR Goggles, Blaster, Camera, Bird, Wind Pedal, and Elephant.
The Labo VR Kit isn't yet available for pre-order, but check back at the Nintendo Online Store for updates. People will be able to get a full kit, or purchase it as a base Starter Set and pick up two expansions separately. If you don't want all of that, you can opt for the "Starter Set + Blaster", which retails for $39.99 and will contain the goggles, Blaster, screen holder, and safety cap.
The Nintendo Labo VR Kit lets gamers build a headset mostly out of cardboard so that they can slide in the device to create what the company calls "basic VR technology".