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A new virtual reality system by the name of ‘Inversion VR’ has been developed by Zero Latency. In their own words, the developers have claimed that it will give you the ‘feel of the future’.

Inversion VR has been built by three professionals in Zero Latency, hailing from Melbourne. Their motto is to make virtual reality so stunning that there is very little difference between that and real life. Zero Latency brags that they have produced the only system that is fully wireless and provides a virtual reality experience like no other. They have said that there are no game-pads, controllers or wires needed to experience the best virtual reality game they have launched.

Zero Latency has designed Inversion VR to be the best immersive gaming experience for players, and the best part is it has a multiplayer option. The system they have designed combines real-time motion capture with wireless backpacks and weapons made for a virtual reality experience that you will never forget. Due to these reasons, the interface of the game feels like it’s happening in real life. The player is in complete control of how he moves and the way that he wants to play. There have been about 200 beta testers for the game before launching it for the mainstream public. The results have shown that there is no dizziness, nausea or motion sickness, just a lot of enthusiastic game play which includes screaming and jumping around. Sounds like a great time, doesn’t it?

Now we get to the best part: what is Zero Latency’s Inversion VR all about? The answer is the zombie apocalypse. That’s right, you read it here first. The players are sent to a virtual reality where zombies come running out of corridors in hordes. All kinds of weapons are given to the gamers; pistols, shotguns, rifles, and grenades. The zombies are everywhere and you have to shoot to kill them to get out alive. It seems as if the zombies will come and literally tear your face off and eat your brains but obviously, they never do. It’s brutal, with blood, bodies and weapons everywhere.

It’s both fun and slightly disturbing because it feels so real you’re actually scared of the zombies. The developing team wanted to make a game so realistic that people wouldn’t even feel that they’re playing in a virtual reality. A lot of beta testers have had different reactions to the game but most of them say that they have never had this much fun playing a VR game before. As soon as more news comes out for Inversion VR, Virtual Reality Times will let you know!

Zero Latency’s Inversion VR – Trailer

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