In the year since their U.S. debut in Orlando during the 2016 IAAPA Expo, Zero Latency has grown as quick as the viral zombie outbreak in their latest game. These VR folks have opened seven more U.S. locations and has new sites in Australia and Japan.
More North America, SE Asian and European arenas are planned in the coming months, as well as a 2018 expansion in the same markets and the Middle East. Additionally, more than 50 percent of licensees have purchased more than one Zero Latency system, reports the company.
The firm is also ready to release what they call “the most advanced virtual reality game ever made.” Outbreak Origins, ZL’s latest take on zombies, was on display at Main Event in Orlando from Nov. 14-17. Interested players were encouraged to reserve their spot ASAP as demand was high, with ZL saying it “sold out” similar demos last year