Nintendo is bringing two of its biggest games on the Nintendo Switch into virtual reality: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey.
With the release of Nintendo’s Labo VR Kit approaching, Nintendo revealed updates Thursday for Breath of the Wild and Mario Odyssey that make them VR-compatible with the help of the Toy-Con VR Goggles.
For Super Mario Odyssey, there will be a new, “bite-sized” VR experience for players to check out, which looks like it will be weave through a handful of different kingdoms in the game.
Meanwhile, the entirety of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be playable in VR. Everything from attacking bokoblins to cooking armfuls of bananas will be popping out of the screen and into your eyeballs in 3D.
Based on the reveal video, it looks like Breath of the Wild players will be able to easily switch back and forth between VR mode and regular mode.
The updates for both games will be available to download for free on April 25, a couple of weeks after the Nintendo Labo VR Kit comes out on April 12.
The full Nintendo Labo VR Kit will be $80 and include a handful of cardboard constructs to create as well as a handful of compatible games and experiences, but if you are mostly just in it for the goggles, there will be a lighter starter kit available for $40.