An article by Emily Rogers on the Nintendo World Report suggests that a VR-related announcement for the switch may arrive later this year. This information supposedly comes from "multiple sources," as Rogers explains how a "small, selected number of traditional first-party software titles" might receive VR support in the "not too distant future."
GoNintendo added fuel to the fire and revealed that a "very trustworthy source" said that the VR support for the switch was indeed true and that Nintendo Labo would be one of the first games to support it , At the moment there are no details about what this rumored Labo kit would contain or what it would be called.
Last October, President of Nintendo of America and COO Reggie Fils Aimé at the Geekwire Summit in Seattle explained how Nintendo had experimented with VR technology but said it would be fun to get the green light:
" This is something we are constantly thinking about, experimenting with, for virtual reality we said: it's technology we look at, but in the end it has to be fun, that's our mission, and that's what we're likely to do
Although he had nothing to say at the time, Reggie mentioned that VR is a technology Nintendo that would continue to experiment in the future.
As noted in the Nintendo World Report, there were several Signs that Nintendo has been considering bringing VR to the switch Last August, miners unveiled a "VR mode" screen split mode within the Firmwa switch system and in 201