Outbreak is the new and most advanced free-roam VR zombie adventure at Zero Latency

Zero Latency has announced the newest addition to its stable of free-roam VR games; Outbreak. Billed by Zero Latency as “the most advanced free-roam VR zombie game ever made”, Outbreak is now available at any of the 80+ Zero Latency locations worldwide.

Outbreak continues Zero Latency’s zombie-themed games but ups the scale by putting players in the largest VR arenas ever. While playing Outbreak, players will have over 2,000 square meters to play in and explore.

According to Zero Latency’s description of Outbreak players will be ” battling through hordes of the undead, fighting for survival and racing against time to save humanity, with an epic boss battle finale unlike anything seen in VR before.”

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It’s not just in scale or the inclusion of a massive boss fight that Outbreak hopes will up the stakes and the scares with Outbreak though. The zombies in the game are scarier and more real than ever before thanks to them being motion-captured by live actors. Up to eight players will go face-to-face with these horrifying creations as the try to survive the zombie onslaught.

Tim Ruse, CEO at Zero Latency said, “Outbreak is our most epic adventure yet, and we can’t wait for everybody to play through this terrifying, exciting game that is unlike any other on the market. Our dedicated development team has been hard at work on making Outbreak the most polished and thrilling experience possible.

“Building on our learnings from over 3 million games played across 7 experiences, we understand deeply what makes a great immersive adventure that treads the line between fear and exhilaration. We’re so proud of what we’ve achieved and feel like this game is going to really blow people’s socks off.”

You won’t just be fighting zombies for the fun of it though. In Outbreak, players take on the role of a team of soldiers fighting to find a cure for the zombie virus before time runs out. “When the building is breached and the cure stolen, you’ll need to navigate treacherous rooftops and engage in epic battles with the undead. Putting your skills, teamwork and determination to the test, the fate of the world is in your hands!”

Outbreak is available now at all Zero Latency locations.

Leo Stevenson
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