June 1, 2021

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Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity Launches at 33 Locations Worldwide

The tropical Rook Islands are now open for exploration via location-based virtual reality with Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity. Launched in partnership with Zero Latency VR, the experience is now open at 33 locations worldwide, and lets up to eight players at a time explore the islands’ pristine beaches and untamed jungle as they match wits with Far Cry 3’s Vaas and his band of pirates.

A team-based experience designed to run about 30 minutes, Far Cry VR: Dive Into Insanity equips players with wireless VR rigs, weaponlike props, and lots of space to move around in, and then challenges them to escape an explosive gauntlet of danger, as Vaas’ pirates hunt them for sport across paradise. Teamwork is just as important as a quick trigger finger, and players who work together might just make it to safety before Vaas gives them a final lesson on his definition of insanity.

Each Zero Latency VR location observes local guidance to ensure a safe environment for customers and staff. For more information on Far Cry VR, or to see if there’s a location near you, visit Zero Latency VR’s site. And for more on all things Far Cry, including details on the upcoming Far Cry 6, check out our dedicated news hub.

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