In just three easy and simple steps, you will become one with your avatar at Ready Team One and be ready to take on all forms of hostile enemies in a virtual reality world. First, receive your mission briefing along with safety and basic training; second, get ready and suit up for battle; and third, it’s time to sync up with your avatar including your fingers.
In a matter of minutes, the 200sqm2 free-roam arena disappears from view and the virtual reality world rises up all around you. Once inside the game, you’ll come face-to-face with aliens and zombies trying to kill you. Or, you can duke it out against another team, armed and fully loaded, in the ultimate player vs player tournament. Shoot, kill, die, respawn and go at it again and again. There’s no better place to VR than Ready Team One—and it’s only going to get better.
How Ready Team One Works
Thanks to exclusive virtual reality technology, Hollywood-style body tracking devices, in-house development and international award-winning games, Ready Team One has come up with a phenomenal gaming experience. Really, it’s at the forefront of gaming and it’s transforming the future of how we play already.
There’s nowhere else in Australia where you will be able to fully immerse yourself into the virtual. You will be at one with your avatar, from the tips of your fingers to the way you walk. And you’ll be able to move freely as well since there are no cords or ropes anchoring you in place.
Rather, you’re strapped into headgear connected to a backpack while motion sensors on your wrists and ankles transmit your movements. You won’t have any issue bumping into other players either as their position is marked within the game. In other words, you’re free to roam, explore and shoot up everything that gets in your way.
Ready Team One Games
Ready Team One began with First Contact, an alien assault on Ikeda 7. You are part of the military response and working with your team you must not only survive the invasion, but you must also restore the planet’s security shields.
From extraterrestials to zombies, the next game will also test your wits and your teamwork as you find and make your way to the extraction point. It’s either that or get eaten by zombies in TR Apocalypse.
While both of the above are maximum six-person experiences, Tactical Response ups the ante to eight players where two opposing teams will shoot up the multiple virtual worlds in a fight for all the glory. Who will come out on top and who will have the most headshots?
The virtual reality games test your cooperation making them a great outing for friends, family and even team-building events with a twist.
The Ready Team One team have not only received an EPIC Games Award grant, but they have also won the WASCA Innovation in Game Design award and the XR Game of the Year award for First Contact virtual reality game. Expect more virtual reality experiences to come with new games set to drop every six months from this local start-up making waves in the gaming world.
Ready Team One Booking
The world-class social entertainment experience is a step up from escape rooms and traditional gaming experiences.
Games last for approximately 40 minutes and cost $66 per person—a small price to pay to be fully immersed in another world and firing off as many rounds of bullets as necessary to quell the alien or zombie advance right in the heart of Perth. Don’t let the physical venue fool you because the magic is inside the virtual world. That’s why you have come to play.
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