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VR References Have Been Discovered In Nintendo Switch Code

Virtual Reality has been a hot topic these past couple of years especially with the release of the Playstation VR. Nintendo has commented on the topic a couple of times when questioned by interviewers, but have said that it’s not something that they feel has mass appeal at the moment. Data miner Cody Brocious has discovered that VR released references have been found in the Nintendo Switch OS code. This might be significant or it could be something Nintendo was considering but have scrapped. Who knows?

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Thank to CM30 for the tip!

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18 comments

    1. “No! You’re that evil little girl!” “Can I leave him a message then?” “Sure.” Dumb, stupid bitch! xD

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    2. I love this film. Watched it 10000 times.

      The message are you refering is Nintendo will make VR on the Switch?

      Yeah probably yes, but we have to wait to see it. Not in seven days as showed in the video.

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  1. I don’t think Nintendo scrapped the idea of VR. I think they are now using all of their energy on games and for upgrade the Switch OS.

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  2. I think that we could see the Switch being used as a VR Headset for smaller games, nothing like what the PSVR, HTC Vive or Oculus Rift can do. But, some of these games will be fun and will obviously be based heavily around Miis.

    Predictions of games:
    Mii Sports VR (Sequel to Wii Sports series)
    Mii Party (Online Party Game)
    Mario Kart 9 (w/VR Support)
    Splatoon VR (Short Tech Demo that’ll be FREE)

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