As for Breath of the Wild, it seems the entire game is playable with Labo VR, with the one exception being that pre-rendered cutscenes do not support VR. Non-VR Nintendo Labo is already compatible with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.
Nintendo also invites players to experience Breath of the Wild like never before in VR.
Mario will be able to revisit several Kingdoms for a new view and jump through three new mini missions when the VR goggles are equipped. The kit has a programmings tool that allows you to create your own VR games and experiences.
The Labo VR Kits will be available April 12th. You can just play the game in completion while wearing the goggles.
Which Nintendo games would you like to see with VR functionality? Rather than take on competitors like Oculus or HTC with a dedicated peripheral, the Switch's VR kits are more like Google's low-priced cardboard kits. There will also be a smaller kit featuring the VR Goggles and Toy-Con Blaster for $40.
VR Kit is heading our way on April 12, expanding the Labo range of cardboard peripherals with a set that provides a lot of new experiences in VR. You won't need to start a new file to enjoy Breath of the Wild in VR, either. Breath of the Wild will not be updated with any new content. If you do purchase the basic set and want more, then expansion modules will be available for $19.99 containing two Toy-Cons each.