In an interview published by miketendo64, Image & Form’s Julius Guldbog mentioned that the company was quite open to working with Labo VR in the future, so long as it would enrich the gaming experience.
Nintendo really held their cards close to their chest with that announcement. We were speaking to some people over at Nintendo of Europe earlier who knew nothing about that until the news became public. It was the same with amiibo, when that first came around, nobody knew that Nintendo would license out the technology and allow for indies to make their own amiibo (which is ultimately what happened with Shovel Knight). So, to answer the question, if we could find a way to make either Labo, or VR add to the experience, it’s certainly something we are willing to try. The same goes for amiibo.
Thus far, Nintendo has only announced VR support for their first party titles, and it remains to be seen whether they are willing to extend that support to indie or third party developers. However, if Cadence of Hyrule is any indication, a future Steamworld VR title may not be that unlikely in the future.
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