Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit Announced, New Sets for Cars, Submarines, Planes, and More

Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit Announced, New Sets for Cars, Submarines, Planes, and More

Pilot your own Nintendo Labo ride.

Nintendo announced a new Nintendo Labo Kit today and it's called the Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit. Just like it says on the (cardboard) box the Vehicle Kit contains kits for a variety of vehicles including a car, submarine, and plane.

The full Labo Vehicle Kit also comes with a single pedal, two keys, and "more." Players will be able to change between vehicles by inserting one of the assembled Keys into any of the vehicles. All you have to do is pull out one of the keys and add another into the slot to transform your on-screen vehicle to another one.

The video games part of the Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit includes a racing game, or battle cars equipped with extendable arms while also exploring a mysterious world. Each vehicle also features its own unique controls and special moves. A second key allows a co-pilot to come along for the ride.

Nintendo Labo car.

The Vehicle Kit will also be compatible with Toy-Con Garage, the special software that lets players build their own software and customization to the Labo Kits. Nintendo recently held a contest where they asked kids to submit their best custom Labo Toy-Con creations for special prizes.

Prior to the Vehicle Kit Nintendo offered two Labo sets, a Variety Kit with different cardboard toys like instruments and fishing rods; and a Robot Kit where players build a robot armor set. The cardboard kits interact with the video game on the screen. The Vehicle Kit is the first new kit announced since the launch of Nintendo Labo.

The Labo Vehicle Kit is available for pre-order for $69.99. For more, check out our Nintendo Labo guide for info on the first two Nintendo Labo Variety and Robot Kits.

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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