By Dakota Cantwell
Nomadic VR, a San Rafael, Cali. based company, will open its first VR zombie apocalypse location in a 5000-square-foot space at Pointe Orlando by the end of November with plans to open other locations in Las Vegas and Los Angeles soon.
Customers can join in with up to 3 friends as they fight their way through an onslaught of the undead.
Players will wear VR goggles and a backpack-like processor before stepping into a physical space where the real objects will interact with the VR.
An example of the interaction includes sets of fans used to generate breezes as players step into a VR desert scene.
The suit will also include a plastic gun to fire virtual bullets at the hordes of zombies swarming the group.
The game will cost $25 for approximately 15 minutes of gameplay.
The gameplay style is based upon a zombie apocalypse virtual game “Arizona Sunshine.”
The company is looking to add new courses in the near future.