Zero Latency

Newstead

Zero Latency is Brisbane’s first free-roam, multi-player virtual reality experience, occupying a 400 square metre Newstead warehouse.

This next-generation game play experience, unlike other VR experiences, allows players to roam, free and unencumbered, thanks to its state of the art technology. During the games they appear as full-motion avatars to each other, with the opportunity to talk and strategize with other gamers.

Zero Latency

Here at Zero Latency different levels of experience are catered for, from first-timers to VR veterans, via a variety of heart-stopping games which test survival skills.

Zero Latency

Starting with the Engineerium, with platform and maze challenges perfect for first-timers, thrill-seeking players can go on to brave flesh-eating Zombie attacks in ‘Zombie Survival’ or stave of killer robots and space drones in Singularity.

Zero Latency

Nice to know – Zero latency offer players military-style backpacks to hold the gamer’s computers so they can stop, roll and duck easily.

*Prices as of October 2017

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Zero Latency

34 Chester St

Newstead

From $66pp*

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34 Chester St Newstead

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