Zero Latency to Open its First London VR Location in October
Originally from Australia, Zero Latency has rapidly expanded its warehouse-scale virtual reality (VR) experience across the world, landing on UK shores in Nottingham last year. Now the location-based entertainment (LBE) provider has announced plans to open a second UK location, this time in London at the end of October.
Offering complete free-roaming multiplayer VR experiences, the upcoming location at Boxpark Wembley will be a 400sq meter arena for up to eight players at once. They’ll be able to don backpack PC’s, headsets and headphones to run around the massive area, either teaming up to shoot each other or deadly enemies.
With each videogame offering 30-minute play sessions, groups will be able to dive into Sol Raiders a PvP sports experience. Two teams of up to four players go head-to-head across three fast-paced, virtual battlegrounds as they and their friends fight each other for control of a power source called Sol.
Other titles being offered are:
“We’re thrilled to bring the world’s most advanced social gaming experience, Zero Latency, to London,” said John Lilley, CEO of MeetspaceVR in a statement. “Free roam VR is the future of group social entertainment attractions – we believe gaming is better when played together. The adrenaline-pumping experience caters to a wide audience from avid-gamers to first-time visitors. We are looking forward to opening our doors in the UK’s capital in October and unleashing a horde of virtual zombies on visitors.”
Zero Latency will open at MeetspaceVR, Box Park, Olympic Way, Wembley Park, London from Saturday 26th October. Ticket prices start from £19.95 GBP and can be booked on the official site. For further Zero Latency updates, keep reading VRFocus.
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