Zero Latency VR to open in Sydney on December 1st

The Aussie created VR experience is finally heading to Sydney with the opening of its sixth Australian location this December.

For those of you that haven’t had the opportunity to try Zero Latency VR before, it’s basically everything VR has promised, but failed to deliver to the user at home.

Unlike your typical home VR setup, Zero Latency allows you to roam completely free, mapping your physical location in a giant 200m2 warehouse to that of your character in-world.

Players are equipped with a weapon that simulates a real world version and take the brains of their VR setup with them via a hybrid computer/vest that powers the whole thing.

Groups of up to eight people can play a variety of different experiences, with a new Far Cry 3 one coming in 2021!

Sydney-siders now have the opportunity to join the fun with an introductory offer of A$59 (Tue-Thu) and A$69 (Fri-Sun) at a new venue in Mascot beginning in December. Bookings are open now –

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