Unity announced on Twitter that the Unity engine now supports Nintendo Labo VR. This means that any developer can use Unity to make a VR experience for Nintendo Switch. Due to this support, we could see more 3rd party Nintendo Labo VR games.
Here’s the translation from the press release
Unity Technologies Japan LLC (Head office: Chuo-ku, Tokyo; Representative director and chairman: Nobuo Toyoda, hereinafter “the company”), which provides a multi-platform integrated development environment “Unity”, Nintendo Co., Ltd. We announced that Unity supports the VR goggles Toy-Con (hereinafter referred to as VR goggles) of the released Nintendo Switch ‘Nintendo Labo Toy-Con 04: VR Kit’. This allows Nintendo Switch developers to use Unity to develop applications that support VR goggles. If you are a developer of Nintendo Switch and would like to support Toy-Con, please check the announcement “To those who want to support Toy-Con” from the Nintendo Developer Portal. To become a Nintendo platform developer, register as a developer on the Nintendo Developer Portal. Please check the developer guide on the Nintendo Developer Portal for further information.