Leading creator of hi-tech interactive attractions, Triotech, is celebrating the opening of its Fear the Walking Dead Survival attraction in Las Vegas.
AMC’s Fear of the Walking Dead is the second most popular drama and fourth highest-rated show in any category on cable TV in 2017.
Triotech was sole developer and producer of the unique new multisensory experience at Fremont Street Experience.
Inspired by the blockbuster series, Fear the Walking Dead Survival immerses guests in a zombie thrill experience. Guests embark on a heart-stopping journey encompassing an escape game, a labyrinth, and an interactive ride.
Fear the Walking Dead Survival surprises
The fun starts in a military facility located inside a junior college amidst growing rumours of a zombie invasion. To find out what’s really going on, players will have to explore the bowels of the facility. A network of multiple zones and various experiences force them to confront their fears and protect themselves against a horde of blood-thirsty zombies. Will their survival skills and instincts equip them to get back to the real world?
Fear the Walking Dead fans will immediately recognise many of the attraction’s features. But, the immersive attraction has plenty of surprises up its sleeve.
Triotech a co-owner
“Las Vegas is a tourist destination known for its amazing variety of entertainment,” observes Ernest Yale, President and CEO of TRIOTECH. “It is, therefore, the ideal place for a futuristic, immersive and interactive attraction. Fear the Walking Dead Survival incorporates many of our technologies and is a first for us in terms of creativity and immersion, as well as a business model.”
Having fully scripted, manufactured and installed the attraction, TRIOTECH has also become a co-owner.
The American media has already given it the thumbs up, calling it ‘the new must-see attraction in Las Vegas’.
TRIOTECH is the creator of immersive and interactive attractions for the entertainment sector including parks, tourist attractions, family entertainment centres. Its products entertain guests in more than 50 countries across the globe.