For destinations in location-based VR experiences, 2020 was a disasterThe Void (Star Wars) and Avengers VR experiences were forced to shut down permanently while Dreamscape closed for much of the year. But as things turn around on the frontlines of the pandemic, new location-based VR experiences are beginning to emerge. His one of them is Viva Las Vengeance, created to support Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead.
To this end, Netflix has partnered with Pure Imagination Studios to create a Taco Truck tactic for up to six players driving through zombie-infested Las Vegas. It’s nothing strange or unusual for Netflix to do this sort of thing. First, they have the money to make it happen. The second is having content that ties into the marketing move (the VR experience). Closely related to this is that they have done it many times before. Look at their series, Ozark. As you may know, a key part of last season was the battle over ownership of the Riverboat Casino. Knowing how Netflix sells their wares, there’s a very good chance you’ll get an online slot machine based on this popular show, and the characters from the all-encompassing series that made this show a hit. , places, sounds and phrases. They always find a way to do something exciting and new.Also, Americans and European Casino Levels Up Business By Attracting New Users.
coming to your city
at first, experience is mobileViva Las Vengeance has toured major cities in the US and Europe, with its first stop being Los Angeles on the roof of the Westfield Century City shopping mall.
You have the option to choose your avatar, nickname, and weapon, and you can choose a shotgun or assault rifle instead. Venue staff are dressed like soldiers and are always trying to provide more immersion by becoming characters.VR is lightweight, less invasive, with plenty of breathing space and flexibility. It is very good because it has
Training videos explain the plot of the game. You are in a convoy to Las Vegas to rescue civilians from zombies. Simple, but most important is VR.