Nintendo Releases First Zelda: Breath of the Wild VR Screenshots

| April 16, 2019

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We’ve been toying around with Nintendo Labo VR for a weekend now and it’s a fun piece of kit. But we’d be lying if we didn’t say we were more excited to jump into The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild VR with the headset. To whet our appetites, Nintendo’s just released some new images of the game running in VR.Two new screenshots of the game surfaced on the Nintendo blog this week. They don’t tell us much other than how the UI looks, but they’re accompanied by words from technical director Takuhiro Dohta.

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