Announced this week, Zero Latency VR, the warehouse-scale, free-roam multiplayer VR experience has taken over 500,000 players on an adventure into virtual reality.
“Half a million game plays is a significant milestone, and it’s exciting to see such a large number of people, from different countries, enjoying our unique social experiences. It’s even more exciting that the milestone was reached at the Melbourne venue, where it all started.” said Tim Ruse, CEO of Zero Latency.
Since it’s creation in 2015, Zero Latency has been the industry leader in warehouse-scale virtual reality experiences, warehouse meaning VR experiences that make use of the space equivalent to a warehouse. you place yourself into a virtual environment using a VR HMD (head mounted display) enabling you to walk around a virtual environment in first person, with one to one locomotion (movement).
“It’s also great for our licensed partners, and it reinforces us as the premier free-roam, multiplayer VR package, and the only globally tried-and-tested free-roam VR platform”, Ruse continued.
Looking forward, Zero Latency is continuing to develop new experiences for players to enjoy, while driving innovation in warehouse-scale VR development. Whether your new to VR, or a red-faced veteran, Zero Latency offers experiences like no other.
With over 19 locations globally, including two local Australian spaces in Brisbane and Melbourne, it’s an adventure you don’t want to miss.
Learn more and book a session today over on the official Zero Latency website.