One of the first free-roam virtual reality venues ‘Zero Latency’ is heading out to Brisbane as part of the company’s plan to spread across Australia.
For those who haven’t had the chance to get down to the North Melbourne venue, Zero Latency is one of the only wire-free Virtual Reality experiences. You basically wear a backpack with a PC in it (it’s super light) and shoot down zombies. It’s honestly the most immersive gaming experience that I’ve ever had as you can completely free-roam without getting caught in wires.
The Brisbane site is set to open in October and will apparently be quite different to the Melbourne experience. It’s said to be bigger than Melbourne and also has the opportunity to be split into two different areas. They’ve said that there will be four different games combined into one in Brisbane.