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Technology has changed our lives in many ways, and one of the most exciting areas we’ve seen this happen is in the arena of gaming.

We’ve gone from watching our character on a screen to playing as our characters through a virtual reality (VR) headset. Soon, we’ll be able to roam virtual worlds freely with the help of Zero Latency‘s state-of-the-art VR systems.

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The global leader in free-roaming multi-player virtual reality gaming, Zero Latency is a company that originates from Melbourne.

With Zero Latency regarded as one of the world’s best virtual reality gaming experiences, and with over 10 locations spread across the world, you can expect VR gaming at its finest when it launches in Singapore in late November this year.

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The company will not only be bringing us a free-roaming gaming experience, but also a warehouse scale one that’s guaranteed to thrill anyone who loves playing video games.

A Whole New Level Of Immersiveness

Opening at Suntec City, Zero Latency will bring a brand new level of immersiveness to its catalogue of games which so far includes Zombie Survival, Singularity, and Engineerium.

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Zombie Survival will require you to hold your fort – and rebuild it, if necessary – against wave after wave of zombies, as you wait for a rescue team to come for you. You’ll be armed with different weapons including an assault rifle, pump-action shotgun, sniper rifle, assault rifle, and/or automatic mini gun, each of which has its own advantages and disadvantages.

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Zombies not your thing? Maybe an interstellar adventure is!

Leave planet Earth and enter an interstellar-themed shooting game with Singularity, where you’ll fight against robots, killer drones and gun turrets as you wander the narrow corridors, lifts, and zero-gravity environment of a space station.

Ready, Set, Play

If you’re concerned about running into walls and hurting yourself, don’t worry. With 200 square meters of game space (and a much larger virtual space), and some tricks Zero Latency has up its sleeves, bumping into things will be the least of your worries as you play.

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Curious to try this experience for yourself?

It’ll cost $69 per person to play, and the price is inclusive of a 15 minute briefing and 30 minutes of actual game play. Look out for Zero Latency’s launch special, where players will only need to pay a discounted rate of $59.

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If you’d like to try your hand at more than one game during your session, or want a double session, opt for one of their packages, which allows you to do either of these things at a better rate.

Up to 8 players can play per session, so bear this in mind when you make plans with your mates!

Zero Latency is bringing VR gaming at its finest to Singapore, and we cannot wait to try it. Unfortunately, we still have to wait for a bit before we can get one of those headsets onto our heads, but we’re sure it’ll be worth the wait!

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