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Immersive virtual reality gaming for groups of up to 8 gamers (13+ years old) per 30min session, at S$69 per pax.

Zero Latency Singapore is brought in by Tomorrow Entertainment, the company that also brought BOUNCE to Singapore. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

Zero Latency Singapore is brought in by Tomorrow Entertainment, the company that also brought BOUNCE to Singapore. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

There are three VR gaming scenarios of increasing difficulty, from basic orientation (Engineerium, 15min), to zombie shooting (Zombie Survival, 15min), to hardcore gun fights at simulated zero gravity VR scenarios (Singularity, 30min).

The 30min game play for each session can be one of three combinations:

  1. Engineerium + Zombie Survival
  2. Zombie Survival + Zombie Survival
  3. Singularity

The 4,200sqft (390sqm) Zero Latency Singapore is located at #03-346/347 Suntec City Mall, between Suntec Towers 2 & 3.

The actual gaming hall is 2,200sqft (200sqm).

The gaming gear comprises the following:

  • OSVR HDK2 VR headset
  • Razer headphones
  • Alienware PC gaming computer in a backpack
  • Controller (rifle)

Zero Latency’s hyper-immersive, state-of-the-art VR gaming experience in Singapore is the 14th branch on the planet following successful launches in major cities in Japan, USA, Spain and Australia.

Engineerium is a family-friendly 15-minute puzzle game and walking adventure set on a fantastical ancient alien world that lets you walk up and down ramps and twisty, curvy walls, defying gravity. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

Engineerium is a family-friendly 15-minute puzzle game and walking adventure set on a fantastical ancient alien world that lets you walk up and down ramps and twisty, curvy walls, defying gravity. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

The Australia-based company (in Melbourne) has constructed warehouse-scale VR game arenas as free-standing locations and has also integrated them into resorts, family entertainment centres, go karting facilities, and other entertainment destinations.

Zombie Survival is an intense, undead themed 15-minute VR shooter, in which players are caught in a zombie outbreak and need to destroy the undead hordes while they wait for help to arrive. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

Zombie Survival is an intense, undead themed 15-minute VR shooter, in which players are caught in a zombie outbreak and need to destroy the undead hordes while they wait for help to arrive. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

There are 7 Zero Latency powered arenas currently in operation across the United States in addition to locations in Tokyo, Osaka, Madrid, Brisbane and Melbourne.

Singularity is an immersive space-themed 30-minute shooter in which players battle through robots, killer drones, and gun turrets in the zero-gravity environment of a military space station. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

Singularity is an immersive space-themed 30-minute shooter in which players battle through robots, killer drones, and gun turrets in the zero-gravity environment of a military space station. Photo: Zero Latency Singapore.

More details about the three VR gaming worlds from the press release below.

 

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