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Zero Latency opening a free-roam virtual reality gaming venue in Seattle area – GeekWire


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Zero Latency VR, the Australia-based virtual reality technology company, is bringing one of its free-roam gaming spaces to the Seattle area.

The location will be at 2222 152nd Ave. N.E. in Redmond, Wash., with an opening scheduled for October or November.

Founded in 2014, Zero Latency operates 61 venues in 25 countries, including 14 in the U.S. The closest previous location to Seattle was Bend, Ore.

Some of the VR experiences available at Zero Latency. (Zero Latency Images)

The free roaming aspect means that players can move throughout the space without being tethered to any wires. The VR experience is powered by a backpack computer worn by competitors.

The Redmond venue will allow up to eight players to explore seven virtual reality worlds, including games such as “Far Cry VR,” “Singularity,” “Sol Raiders” and “Undead Arena.”





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