The center will combine the physical environment with virtual reality technology to create what could be the ultimate gaming experience. The Void CEO Ken Bretschneider, who has invested $13 million of his own money in the project, hopes it will "fulfill a promise of what a virtual reality (VR) experience can and should be."
Gamers will be able to choose an individual "game pod" in the center, enabling them to take part in a variety of adventures, from dinosaur safaris to fighting aliens in futuristic battlefields.
"At The Void, you will walk into new dimensions and experience worlds without limits. From fighting intergalactic wars on alien planets, to casting spells in the darkest of dungeons, The Void presents the Future of Entertainment," the company's website says.
The Void aims for the theme park to be affordable and accessible to a wide range of people, with each experience lasting for 30 minutes and tickets seen costing between $29 and $39.
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