Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity coming to Zero Latency VR locations in 2021
Players will be able to re-explore and fight for survival on Far Cry 3's Rook Island in Far Cry VR at Zero Latency VR entertainment locations starting in 2021.
Far Cry 3 is often considered to be one of the highlights of the series, and the one that set the stage and style for several games after it. Whether it’s the tropical landscape of the expansive Rook Island or the game’s iconic antagonist, pirate lord Vaas Montenegro, there’s a lot to like about the game. Soon, players will be able to explore it in an all-new way. Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity has been announced, coming to Zero Latency VR locations and slated for launch sometime in 2021.
Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity was announced during the pre-show of the Ubisoft Forward presentation on September 10, 2020. Coming to more than 45 Zero Latency VR entertainment locations throughout 22 countries in 2021, Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity will allow up to 8 players to partake in a guns-a-blazin’ fight for survival across Far Cry 3’s Rook Island. Players will explore and shoot their way through the island and it’s hostile inhabitants in the uniquely-crafted and full VR experience presented by Zero Latency and Ubisoft.
Zero Latency has made the news several times in the past for its take on free-roaming “VR arcades,” as described by the founders in an interview with Shacknews. As Zero Latency VR’s technology has grown by generations, so too has its capacity to deliver incredibly immersive and multiplayer VR experiences. The group is easily one of the most interesting pioneers among VR gaming and entertainment. It stems to reason that these details are exactly what brought Ubisoft to Zero Latency to collaborate on the creation of Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity.
With the experience coming sometime next year to Zero Latency VR’s various locations, Far Cry fans should look forward to seeing the project come together. Stay tuned to Shacknews for more details on the game and experience as we await further information on the matter.
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