Zero Latency gaming venue’s “Far Cry VR: Dive into Insanity” free-roam experience immerses players in the madness of a tropical vacation-gone-wrong, as the solitude of the Rook Islands become a hunting ground, with you and your comrades as prey.
Zero Latency free-roam entertainment network joined forces with Ubisoft, creators of world-renowned games, including the Far Cry and Assassin’s Creed franchises, to bring the interactive gameplay of Far Cry to 45 venues in 22 countries, and now they have added “Dive into Insanity” to the line-up.
What starts as a vacation in an island paradise, amid lush landscaping and crystal-clear waters, quickly turns into a fight for your life as deranged warlord Vaas and his army of henchmen kidnap you and your friends, making you their prey in a maniacal game of hunter and the hunted.
Set in the world of “Far Cry 3,” up to eight players must fight their way through the vast depths of the Rook Islands’ jungles in a non-stop battle that requires teamwork and ingenuity to survive. What lengths will you go to in your efforts to get off the island before you descend into insanity?
“Bolstered by Zero Latency’s one-of-a-kind concept, free-roaming VR is an excellent way for gamers and non-gamers alike to explore the vivid world of Far Cry,” said Deborah Papiernick, VP of New Business at Ubisoft. “We’re thrilled to offer a game that brings people together to create memorable moments.”
Tim Ruse, CEO of Zero Latency VR added, “We’re always looking for new ways to provide our players with the very best entertainment the free-roam VR industry has to offer, and our new ‘Far Cry VR: Dive into Insanity’ experience is exceptional. We worked closely with Ubisoft to make sure the action-packed world of Far Cry would feel authentic for fans and new players as well.”
Zero Latency’s spacious free-roam venues debuted the shooter-cooperative adventure in 33 locations around the globe, including 11 in the U.S., and each include props that bolster the Rook Islands storyline, from blissful sandy beaches to the horrors of jungle warfare. Previous adventures include “Sol Raiders” player-vs-player game.
Health-conscious measures are in place for safe play, and each game lasts approximately 30 minutes. Check local venues for age restrictions.