Starting in August, you'll be able to fight zombies on your lunch break.
The Rabbit Hole VR will open Aug. 12 as Nashville's first virtual reality arcade, according to a news release. It will be located at 1807B Church St.
The arcade has six 10-foot by 10-foot play areas and a library of games. It uses virtual reality headsets to simulate activities ranging from archery to defending a military base to fighting off zombies. Sessions can be 15, 30 or 60 minutes long, and do not require reservations. Each play area includes large displays that allow onlookers to see what the person wearing a headset is seeing virtually.
The Rabbit Hole VR is already renting out VR equipment to companies or organizations looking for unique team-building opportunities, Mitchell Poythress, the owner of the arcade and a Nashville native, said in the release.
“After an event, people always ask how they can play again without spending thousands on gaming equipment,” Poythress said in the release. “So we are excited to finally bring the arcade concept to our hometown and provide the best, most interactive experiences that virtual reality has to offer.”