The MGM Grand in Las Vegas is bringing a “free-roaming” VR experience to its property, powered by Australia-based VR company Zero Latency.
Launching on September 8 at its LEVEL UP gaming lounge, the MGM Grand will be the first in the US gaming hub to host Zero Latency games.
Up to eight players will be able to immerse themselves in a 2,000 square-foot VR arena - allowing them to physically walk through the maze while completing challenges with other players.
Teams can choose from three different games for a 30-minute experience, with cost of entry currently set at $50 per head.
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