As recently reported, Sega Japan and Australian based company Zero Latency were joining forces to provide VR entertainment for the Tokyo Joypolis venue in Japan. That facility is now open for business, where multiple players can play together in an open room in the “Zombie Survival” game. As you can see from this video below, the experience plays out a lot like laser tag arenas do. The packs a little more elaborate but they feel similar and the lighting is also about the same. This is something that I noticed when I first checked out The Void facilities last November. This makes you wonder if any of these VR companies might team up with a laser tag arena to offer a specific VR experience (this is also why I’m not really seeing the VR trend as being harmful to traditional arcade gaming).
More details are found at VRInside.jp