Rule #4 of Zombieland: Fasten your seatbelts. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride.”

VR is great, until it’s not.

Players love it, and operators want it, but the consumer technology underlying most VR arcade attractions has made it challenging.

It’s time to get past the novelty stage. Let’s start raising the expectations around performance, reliability and return on investment. Let’s loosen our seatbelts and finally enjoy the promise of virtual reality.

Since our last email to you announcing the Monolith on June 28th, our team had been hard at work reinventing the unattended VR arcade cabinet for you.

  • You needed a new cabinet with the smallest footprint in the industry, so we put up to two players in just 7.5 square feet.
  • You deserved the new HTC VIVE Focus 3, the best headset on the market.
  • You were tired of all the moving parts that required maintenance, so we eliminated them and doubled the warranty to one year. 
  • You got frustrated by fragile HDMI cables with long lead times needing replacement every few months. So we created a new bulletproof cable that comes with a 2-year replacement warranty.
  • You were sick of VR games eating up large chunks of your capital budget, so we reduced the price under $30K.
  • You are sick of waiting months for product to be delivered.
  • And you wanted amazing games that players would play over and over again.

We are so excited to announce our new product line. It’s a total reinvention of VR Arcade Games, designed for you, based on your feedback.

VRsenal has always tried to bring you the best games from the best studios. We knocked it out of the park with Beat Saber, which set records for revenue per square foot, revenue per player, and ROI. We’ve been searching for a suitable follow-up since. We realize that our last games while earning well, fell short in the cashbox of the expectations we set with Beat Saber.

Well, as Tallahassee says,

“It’s time to nut up or shut up.”

Introducing 2021 VR Game of the Year Finalist,  Zombieland: Headshot Fever.

Based on the blockbuster Sony movie, Zombieland VR: Headshot Fever combines the best of light-gun arcade games of the 90s with split-second racing mechanics. Its addictive gameplay rewards speed and accuracy with a wide range of weapons for two players. Witty banter from the movie’s main characters keeps the intense action on the lighter side. Triggering ‘Adrenaline Mode’ with two quick headshots turns the world slow, giving players more time to rack up combos and score faster times.

Zombieland: Headshot Fever has been on location test and is earning about double our previous games. Our IAAPA special price is $29,900, ($3K Off) and we expect this game to meet or even exceed the ROI standard set by Beat Saber. We will begin delivery in mid-January. If you’re not going to IAAPA, message before 4 PM Eastern Time on November 18th to secure your show discount.

And for those of you that are looking for a non-shooter, we are so excited to announce the highest-rated PS4 game of 2021 on Metacritic, Synth Riders.

Synth Riders has been called “perfect” by Gaming Age and Pure Playstation.

It is a freestyle dancing VR rhythm game that takes place inside retro-future-inspired worlds, each with a unique artistic character. Players move to the rhythm as they catch notes, ride the rails, and dodge obstacles in a unique combination of freestyle dancing and enjoyable fitness workout making it perfect for active entertainment locations like trampoline and adventure parks.

With 5 levels of difficulty, players can amp up the action from casual to extreme. The game launches with 20-tracks across genres like rock, country, pop, metal, and dance. Content updates will come in the form of download packs (we promise, but if you don’t believe us, the CEO of Kluge Interactive will be at IAAPA, so ask him.)

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Synth Riders comes as a single-player Monolith cabinet for only $24,900 and is available to order with free shipping during IAAPA.

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