1.0 brings Labo VR support and more to Super Smash Bros

1.0 brings Labo VR support and more to Super Smash Bros

1.0 brings Labo VR support and more to Super Smash Bros

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available on the Nintendo Switch and in this link you will find all the information related to one of the most important titles of the hybrid console. Or, you know, you could go a little higher and snag the PSVR, but there'll be no Smash on that, of course (there is the rather good Blood & Truth, though).

While Nintendo Labo VR is an entry-level experience for VR, it is perhaps no surprise that Super Smash Bros. It's not as extensive as you think - though it's still pretty nifty for those who want to join two of Nintendo's most interesting toys together. Ultimate this week. Besides making some changes to the characters in the game, the Version 3.1.0 patch will also come with VR support for the Nintendo Labo. (If you've been playing regularly, just keep doing what you're doing.) Why? According to Nintendo's promotional trailer, the mode only works with "limited, timed, offline battles", so you won't be using this for those big multiplayer matches.

Unfortunately, the patch notes leaked via SSBUBot don't go into detail about what to expect from this new VR mode.

Not too long after, they announced that Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild would be receiving Labo VR support.

That's not all, however, as the update will also bring with it new amiibo functionality with the ability to send them "off on journeys to train". This feature allows you to send your battle-hardened Figure Players out into the world to spar against other FPs.

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