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Nintendo has revealed the latest kit of new cardboard accessories players can use with their Nintendo Switch consoles: the Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit.

As Nintendo’s first sample video shows, the Vehicle Kit comes with cardboard controls to make a modular vehicle. Depending on where in the kit players use their set of Toy-Con keys, they’ll be able to swap between driving a cardboard car (complete with steering wheel, gas pedal, a cord to pull to pop a wheelie), a plane (plus joystick), and a submarine (with propulsion jets and a grappling hook button).

The Toy-Con Car, resembling the dashboard of a car and a steering wheel, is the biggest part of the pack, but it also comes with the Toy-Con Pedal, the Toy-Con Plane (a joystick), the Toy-Con Submarine console, and the Toy-Con Key to bring it all together. With a second Toy-Con Key, a friend will be able to join in for co-op adventures.

Additionally, this kit is compatible with the Toy-Con Garage, which lets players access a set of programming tools to further customize and control their vehicles. The full details on the kit can be seen on Nintendo’s site.

The Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit will releases on September 14th for $69.99.

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The next Nintendo Labo kit is a crazy modular car

Drive a car, fly a plane, and swim in a submarine with the latest Nintendo Labo kit.

By Emma Schaefer | 07/27/2018 01:00 PM PT

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Nintendo has revealed the latest kit of new cardboard accessories players can use with their Nintendo Switch consoles: the Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit.

As Nintendo’s first sample video shows, the Vehicle Kit comes with cardboard controls to make a modular vehicle. Depending on where in the kit players use their set of Toy-Con keys, they’ll be able to swap between driving a cardboard car (complete with steering wheel, gas pedal, a cord to pull to pop a wheelie), a plane (plus joystick), and a submarine (with propulsion jets and a grappling hook button).

The Toy-Con Car, resembling the dashboard of a car and a steering wheel, is the biggest part of the pack, but it also comes with the Toy-Con Pedal, the Toy-Con Plane (a joystick), the Toy-Con Submarine console, and the Toy-Con Key to bring it all together. With a second Toy-Con Key, a friend will be able to join in for co-op adventures.

Additionally, this kit is compatible with the Toy-Con Garage, which lets players access a set of programming tools to further customize and control their vehicles. The full details on the kit can be seen on Nintendo’s site.

The Nintendo Labo Vehicle Kit will releases on September 14th for $69.99.

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About Emma Schaefer

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Emma’s early gaming was mostly done in secret, as the only gamer in a family of normal people. She still retains skills from this dark period in her life, such as the ability to teleport instantly across the house away from the computer, and holds a gold medal in the Olympic sport of “Hide the Gameboy.” Sorry, Mom, now you know. Find her on Twitter @Emma4EGM