Zero Latency Boosts Player Count


Free-roam VR arena maker Zero Latency has upped the ante with larger multiplayer games. Now, up to eight players can simultaneously experience ZL’s VR games in 2,000- to 4,000-sq.-ft. arenas. (Previously, the company offered experiences for up to six players.)

Zero Latency has been growing in other ways as well, with new arenas and game modes. The company’s first arena opened in Melbourne, Australia, in 2015, and now it has venues in Tokyo, Madrid, Orlando, Wisconsin Dells, Pocono Mountains, the greater Tulsa area and Scottsdale, Az.

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