Zero Latency scoops two Brass Ring Awards for pioneering free-roam VR games

A leader in massive-scale, free-roam VR gaming experiences, Zero Latency has been honoured with two Brass Ring Awards by The International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA).

The awards recognise Engineerium and Singularity in the Games and Devices – Midway Games and Equipment category.

Top prize went to Engineerium – a gun-free, family-friendly adventure set in a fantastical alien world where the usual laws of physics do not apply.

Engineerium was closely followed in second place by Singularity. In this immersive, space-themed shooter, players battle robots, killer drones and gun turrets in the zero-gravity environment of a military space station.

Designed for 1 to 8 players, the adrenaline-pumping experience lasts for 30 minutes and is powered by the company’s patent-pending tracking system and machine-vision cameras.

Founded in Australia in 2014, Zero Latency is now in 13 countries across four continents.

New breakthrough game: Outbreak Origins

Zero Latency unveiled Outbreak Origins – the company’s newest breakthrough game – during IAAPA.  Outbreak Origins is a 30-minute, multilevel game featuring incredible replay value, advanced storytelling, ultra-realistic zombies as well as a classic final boss battle.

Zero Latency hosted more than 700 players for games at partner site Main Event Orlando, generating rave reviews.