First warehouse-scale, free-roam VR experience coming to the U.S. in November

Zombie survival zero latency

America will soon be home to its first warehouse-scale free-roam VR experience. Zero Latency, the Australian outfit responsible for creating massive free roaming zombie shooter experiences in Melbourne and Japan, with plans for another in Spain, are also preparing to open in Orlando, Florida.

While the Orlando venue will initially only be 2000 square feet, the project will scale easily, according to the company’s founders. In Australia, the 4000 square-foot zombie shooter experience opened to much fanfare with six-week waiting lists and a hefty $88 entry fee for a 45-minute game.

The Orlando space will be set up in a new Main Event location at Porte Orlando near the Orange County Convention Center. Considering the crazy response to the Australian and Japanese versions of the Zombie Survival experience, as soon as you’re able to book tickets you may want to get in because the waiting list is sure to grow very long, very quickly.

V Play Reality, Powered by Zero Latency will be open to the public in “late November”. Select attendees of the IAAPA Attractions Expo, which runs November 15-18, will have an exclusive early opportunity to experience V Play Reality before anyone else.

If you simply can’t wait for Zero Latency to open its permanent free-roam VR space in Florida, you can always check out the Ghostbusters: Dimensions experience at Madam Tussaud’s in New York City or just book yourself a flight to Japan or Melbourne.

Have you tried free-roaming VR yet? What title would you like to play in a warehouse-scale environment?

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