ORLANDO, Fla. -- Nomadic VR is preparing to bring another virtual reality experience to its Orlando location.
- Mission: Impossible VR experience coming to Orlando
- Nomadic has partnered with game developer VRWERX
- Players will be able to freely explore the M:I world, manipulate physical objects
The California-based company has partnered with VRWERX for a multiplayer, VR experience based on the Mission: Impossible film franchise.
VRWERX is the developer behind the VR game Paranormal Activity: The Lost Soul, which is based on another Paramount film franchise. Just last year, VRWERX announced that it was working on a game inspired by Mission: Impossible. Nomadic's location-based experience will complement the VR game, but will allow players to freely walk around, completely immersing themselves in the Mission: Impossible world.
After donning VR headsets, players will be able to test their skills as an IMF agent by manipulating and touching physical objects.
"With Nomadic, we;ll not only enable the audience to be immersed in the Mission: Impossible world, they will also be able to touch and play inside of it, heightening their immersion to levels we've never seen before," VRWERX co-managing partner Alex Barder said in statement.
Nomadic is set to launch its zombie apocalypse game Arizona Sunshine sometime this year at Pointe Orlando. It also plans to open other VR centers in Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
The Mission: Impossible VR experience is set to debut in 2019.
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