After opening a successful location in Orlando, Florida earlier this year, Nomadic VR is opening a new location in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A few months back, location-based virtual reality company Nomadic VR opened up its first permanent location in Orlando, Florida, and allowed users to experience a brand new version of the popular VR game Arizona Sunshine. Now, after seeing at least some form of success in Orlando, the company has announced that it will be opening up another location in Las Vegas, Nevada, later this year.
For this new location, Nomadic will be partnering with AREA15, which is described as an “experimental retail and entertainment complex” that can be used for live events, art exhibits, and more. According to Nomadic, the space will be the home to two separate play-spaces. As of the time of this writing, Nomadic has not announced what games or experiences will be making their way to the Las Vegas location.
For those that don’t know, Nomadic VR gives users a unique VR experience, unlike anything that you can experience at your own home. While most VR games just feature a visual level of immersion, Nomadic can provide users with a more physical level of immersion. Players make their way through physical spaces while playing each game, opening gates, going up fake elevators, and more.
As previously mentioned, the original Orlando location includes a special version of Arizona Sunshine called Rampage. Last fall, I got a chance to check out the Contagion Z version of the attraction and the location before it opened to the public and I thought it was a really unique experience.
As of the time of this writing, there’s no exact date for the Las Vegas location’s opening.