We’re looking today at The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It will soon come with the virtual reality support, together with the update from the 26th of April. This mode will not necessarily require you to have Nintendo Labo: the VR Kit to use if you want to play the game. The technical director of the game, whose name is Takuhiro Dohta, explained that his team did not want to change the main game for the VR experience. Also, keep in mind that there is no exclusive VR mode, or gallery.
You can switch to VR mode easily
The VR option of the game will be available at all times, so when there really is something interesting for you to see, you can switch to the VR mode. For example, you see a great view, or your favorite character or some pieces of equipment. You will want to see that in VR mode.
You also have the option of a motion-controlled camera, which you can also switch on or off, according to your wishes.
The studio said that it was a big challenge to find a way to create an amazing VR experience, without changing the core aspect of the design of the game. They got this VR Goggles idea in mind, which is a bit different than the ones you find with Nintendo Labo: VR Kit. They said they still hope you gave them a try.
However, if you’re not really a fan of the motion-controlled camera, you can turn it off by adjusting the Aim with the setting under Options, the one with motion controls. From there, you can enjoy the VR experience easily after. Even if you get that option turned off, the experience should be good enough to give players a reason to try the VR Goggles.
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