The Nintendo Labo VR kit is out on April 12th.
The Nintendo Labo VR Kit brings six more creations, each utilizing basic VR technology, to immerse gamers young and old when it launches on April 12. If the majority of these kits will seem a little too heavy on your wallet initially, there's also a starter kit that only comes bundled with the VR goggles and blaster. There are several attachments that can be combined with the goggles, including a blaster, camera, bird, elephant and wind pedal.
Nintendo Labo: VR Kit encourages passing around Toy-Con creations among a group of people so everyone in the room can easily join in on the fun. Nintendo is calling the VR Kit "a unique first VR experience kids and families can build themselves".
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Strictly speaking there is just one dedicated VR kit, the Toy-Con 04 VR Kit, but it will be available in two configurations. This is not something to compare with the standard VR Headset and Kits which are available for PC systems and other gaming consoles. Other projects in the kit include a camera, a blaster gun, and, confusingly, an "elephant". 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. Slightly older users might be even more interested in Garage mode for experimenting with VR, though Nintendo has yet to reveal full details of what experiences it will offer. The Screen Holder holds up the screen to make it fit properly with the VR Kit. Nintendo's last foray into VR was the ill-fated Virtual Boy circa 1995.
Nintendo Labo: VR Kit - Expansion Set 2**: Expansion Set 2 includes the Toy-Con Wind Pedal and Toy-Con Bird. This particular kit is rolling out with a few different options to choose from, so let's dive in to find the one that's right for you. Nintendo promotes this kit as offering "the full experience".