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    Zero Latency's own brand of VR arcade provides a unique setpiece to escape Rook Islands.

    When Ubisoft announced Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity at Ubisoft Forward last week, it surprised quite a few gamers. They were even more surprised to learn that the experience was exclusive to VR arcades, specifically Zero Latency arcades, which specialize in what it calls Location-Based Experiences (or LBEs, for short). Zero Latency runs these LBEs at 45 across the world and specializes in games that pair up to 8 people together in a large 2,000 sqft playspace, giving them the ability to free-roam a giant virtual environment.

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    09-16-2020 03:11 PM

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