• A free-to-roam, multiplayer virtual reality game where your body is the controller is blowing gamers' minds.
  • The game features heart racing zombie attacks, galaxy space missions, and fun adventures.
  • Zero Latency has already garnered over half a million gameplays worldwide, and will now be available in the UK for the first time just before Halloween.

Zero Latency, a free-roam, multiplayer virtual reality game where your body is the controller is blowing gamers' minds all over the world – and is due to blow the minds of Brits this Halloween.

(Zero Latency)

With over half a million gameplays worldwide, the game features heart racing zombie attacks, galaxy space missions, and fun adventures. 

A team of players. (Zero Latency)


This is how the game works

1. Players purchase tickets for about R1,250 per person (based on a conversion of $88 at current ZAR/USD exchange rate).

2. A maximum of 8 players can form a team. Team members must be 13 years and over to play.

3. After putting on the VR headset, headphones, and handed a wireless gun controller, players are taken inside the game space, where the team will be whisked into the virtual zombie world for game play.

The UK launch will form part of 19 other venues where gamers can play Zero Latency in places like Singapore, Macau, Australia, and Spain

South Africa is not yet on the list of locations, and no indication on when it might be.

The game is played in sparse arenas with ample space for roaming the VR zombie world.

Zero Latency's chief experience officer, John Lilley says there's a growing appetite for cutting-edge socially engaging VR experiences like this game.

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