Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild may have just received the compatibility update Nintendo Labo VR yesterday It works with the PlayStation VR headset.
This method means that you do not need to own Labo VR and you do not need to use Nintendo's carton setup to try out the new Zelda on Switch update. Even the more expensive headset pays off – the image quality on the OLED display of the device is a bit sharper. Thanks to the HDMI ports and the PSVR Cinema mode. ResetEra user PopsMaellard explained it in the following post:
An "HDMI TV" should still be output from the PSVR box to the TV. The "HDMI PS4" input of the breakout box should be empty / not connected. USB still connected to PS4, PS4 turned on.
The PSVR's proprietary cable should be connected to the front of the breakout box. The HDMI part of this split cable should be connected to the switch.
Finally On the front of the breakout box, the HDMI output (which was previously intended for the headset) should be connected to the TV.
If you are still a little confused, refer to the following step-by-step instructions from GameXplain:
Do you happen to own the equipment you need to try it? How was your Zelda VR experience so far? Tell us below.