Buoyed and energized by the relaxation of pandemic protocols that severely limited its operations for much of the past 15 months, Zero Latency Vancouver is back.
The relaunch coincides with the exclusive B.C. virtual reality release of the global AAA video game Far Cry by Ubisoft.
Zero Latency VR, the global leading provider of free-roaming virtual reality gaming, selected Vancouver as the home of its first Western Canadian entertainment venue last year, with a state-of-the-art facility at Kingsgate Mall on East Broadway.
“Given the waiting game that we’ve played, we’re unleashing considerable pent-up energy and doing it in style with Far Cry VR: Dive into Insanity,” said Winston Cabell, one of the principals of Zero Latency Vancouver, one of 50 global Zero Latency venues in the world and the first in Western Canada.
“It’s been a challenging year, but we’re keen to parlay the resilience we’ve shown as a start-up business into the epic experience that is Zero Latency. In many ways, it’s a new beginning for us and we’re beyond excited to welcome back Vancouver fans of virtual reality.”
The Far Cry VR experience represents the first time ever a AAA video gaming property has been made available as a free-roaming VR title.