Nintendo Releases $40 Cardboard VR Headset

Talk of Nintendo making a return to virtuality reality has been rumored for months now and last Friday Nintendo made it official by unveiling the Labo VR Kit.

The build-it-yourself VR experience for the Nintendo Switch has been specially designed to work within the Switch’s processing power while also reducing the risk of users getting dizzy or sick while playing. The kit will cost roughly $40 and comes with basic goggles and a gun-like controller. There is also an $80 version that comes with controllers that resemble a camera, an elephant trunk, a bird, and a pedal.

To watch Tic Toc by Bloomberg’s video breakdown of Nintendo’s new VR headset, click here.

Last week it was announced that both Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild would be compatible with the Labo VR kit, which had fans buzzing and sending shares of the Nintendo’s VR kit soaring.

What are your thoughts on Nintendo’s cardboard VR headset? Does it pose any real threat to the VR experience offered by PlayStation or Xbox? Let us know in the comments below.

Source: Bloomberg 

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