You'll be able to toggle the option on or off at any time from the game's menu, and you won't need to create a new file in order to play it in VR.
Though Labo is designed primarily for entertainment, says Sakaguchi, he notes that this creative element and the company's focus on involving young children has led to the game being introduced in schools and museums. However, it seems that people who don't have the goggles will also be to rewatch videos here. Toy-Con Garage is the tool that is returning from previous kits and optimised for this kit's Toy-Con creations. In total, more than 20 games for Switch and 3DS will be part of the sale and available to download directly from the Eshop, according to the press release. Labo VR will work with Nintendo Switch games like Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which makes Nintendo's belated foray into VR well worth the wait.
This is where Nintendo has come to the rescue, with a brand new VR experience that the whole family can enjoy. One of those sets includes the Elephant and Camera add-ons, while the other includes the Wind Pedal and Bird. You can also experience the adventure of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild like never before by exploring the vast world of Hyrule with VR visuals.
The VR Kit is actually launching in two different varieties today.
For those of us in South Africa the VR Kit can be bought right now, but where you buy it from is important here.