Zero Latency to Open a Free-Roam VR Gaming Venue in Seattle
Australian-based virtual reality technology company Zero Latency is opening a new free-roam virtual reality gaming space in Seattle.
The gaming space will be located at the 2222 152nd Ave. N.E. in Redmond, Washington. The venue is set to be opened in either October or November.
Zero Latency was founded in 2014 and currently has 61 venues spread across 25 countries. 14 of those venues are in the US. The closest venue to Seattle that the company had was located in Bend, Oregon. The new free-roam VR gaming venue will, therefore, be a convenient one for a Seattle resident.
Free-roam VR gaming involves players moving throughout the play space without being constrained by any wires. Free-roam VR gaming is powered by a backpack computer that players wear.
The new venue in Redmond will enable up to 8 players to explore seven VR worlds such as Singularity, Sol Raiders, Far Cry VR, and Undead Arena.