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Zero Latency launches its Far Cry experience

The Aussie VR arcade steadily taking over the world has now released its new Far Cry game experience, the first big licensed game of its kind.

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
Zero Latency launches its Far Cry experience

Zero Latency, the Australian multiplayer virtual reality arcade experience, has now officially launched its Far Cry VR experience.

It’s the first partnership with a major franchise and sends players to a tropical island for their VR gaming session.

You can book your experience via the Zero Latency website at its centres in Brisbane, Melbourne, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Perth and Sydney, or at one of its dozens of overseas locations if you’re elsewhere on the planet.

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