In a global gaming development that has captured the attention of enthusiasts worldwide, a virtual reality competition known as Champions of the Undead has been unveiled. Zero Latency, a prominent name in immersive virtual experiences, has joined forces with HTC Vive to orchestrate this groundbreaking competition, which is currently underway and set to culminate on September 6th, with the grand finale scheduled for October 5th.
A Virtual Reality Competition
The competition heralds a unique facet of virtual reality, steering away from the solitary gaming experience typically associated with it. Zero Latency offers participants the opportunity to navigate expansive battlefield scenarios within a vast arena-like environment, elevating immersion to unprecedented levels.
This international event is no exception, as gaming aficionados from across the globe are invited to engage in this intense virtual reality battle for a chance to seize a substantial prize of $15,000.
Prospective contestants should note that eligibility requires participants to be at least 18 years old. The objective is to eliminate as many virtual zombies as possible within the Undead Arena, equipped with a diverse array of weaponry, the ability to convert their surroundings into tactical traps, and the opportunity to collaborate with fellow gamers.
Multiplayer Virtual Reality
Notably, participants will face fierce competition from other top zombie hunters within their respective regions. Climbing the regional leaderboard necessitates dispatching zombies with the utmost efficiency.
The competition is categorized into geographical sections – America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific. The highest-achieving slayer in each region, based on their zombie-killing prowess, will secure an invitation to Las Vegas for the chance to compete for the prestigious Champion of the Undead title.
In Las Vegas, these champions will confront the world’s most skilled zombie hunters in the challenging hard mode, characterized by a higher zombie count and intensified gameplay, which will surely be a daunting test of their abilities. Additionally, runners-up in Las Vegas, as well as two runners-up from each region, will receive an HTC VIVE XR Elite valued at $1,099, enabling them to enjoy virtual gaming from the comfort of their own homes.