Are you ready to take your first steps into the world of virtual reality? Or, are you looking for the next era of video games? No matter what you’re after, Zero Latency in Vancouver offers a truly immersive experience for all kinds of interests. Young and old, novices and pros are invited to come try this out for themselves.
At Zero Latency, guests will be able to explore free roam maps and games in an arena setting. Paired with wireless backpacks and equipment, players will be able to use this space to their advantage in the games, without having to worry about running out of room to do so. And to ensure this, visitors will be given a full briefing on the technology and how to operate it before the games start. That way, you’ll truly feel at home in whatever experience you pick.
Which, lucky for you, covers a wide range of game types. Ready to relive your arcade glory days? Pick from a number of shooter-style games, including Zombie Survival and its follow-up Undead Arena. Looking to prove to your friends that you’re Rust royalty? Then the team-vs-team Sol Raiders will be right up your alley.
However, the variety doesn’t stop there. Zero Latency also features a number of puzzle and family-friendly experiences. This includes the adventure game Mission Maybee, which has you explore ‘luminescent woods’ and ‘underground caverns’. Or, try the gravity-bending Engineerium puzzle game with your friends, and walk out with a whole new perspective. On what? Well, that’s up to you.
And just when you thought things couldn’t get any better, Zero Latency has announced a new partnership with Ubisoft games to bring the Far Cry series to VR. Far Cry ‘Dive Into Insanity’ puts you on the gorgeous Rook Islands as you fight for your life, and represents the first major partnership of its kind in the world.
With so many games to choose from and up to 8 players per game, Zero Latency VR is more than a rainy day option- it’s a see-it-to-believe-it step into the future right here in the city. If you haven’t already tried it out, now’s the time.
Zero Latency Vancouver
Where: Kingsgate Mall, 370 E Broadway #101
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