An experience with a difference – surviving the zombie apocalypse at Zero Latency

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Stuck for Christmas gift ideas? Experiences are always fun but if you’re looking for something a little different from the standard cheese-making session, then look no further, because you probably haven’t experienced anything like Zero Latency

Zero Latency VR Sydney has just opened its doors and it’s the perfect time to gift your zombie-killing mates an experience they won’t forget. It’s a free-roam, virtual reality experience that takes place in a 200 square metre arena (about the size of a tennis court). There are no annoying cables or wires and you can play with up to groups of eight friends.

After a thorough briefing from the friendly staff, you’ll then strap on your backpack, pop on your earphones, VR goggles, grab your gun, and then attempt to survive a reality TV show set in the zombie apocalypse in Undead Arena.

If zombies aren’t your thing, your team can have a crack at escaping a stranded space station taken over by robots in Singularity. Both are guaranteed to elicit screams of excitement, fun, and fear! You’ll be drawn into a world where all that matters is survival – and it’s serious fun and a great way to escape the real world for a little while. 


As you roam the arena killing zombies or robots, you’ll be guided to elevators, moving platforms and spaces where enemy robots or zombies appear out of nowhere, so you’ll want to have a team that watches each other’s backs. 

More games will become available over time, including Far Cry VR which is due to be launched in 2021. 

Rest assured, Zero Latency has a high hygiene standard and all equipment is vigorously sanitised and disinfected before and after each session. 

The first Zero Latency venue opened in Melbourne in 2015 and the Sydney venue is now the sixth venue in Australia and the 46th worldwide. 

Games cost $59 (Tuesday – Thursday) and $69 (Friday – Sunday) per person and can be booked here