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All on board! The Sin City Taco truck accepts new passengers, but only if you are willing to kill some zombies.
Netflix’s “Army of the Dead” virtual reality experience allows visitors to transport themselves to the apocalyptic world infested with zombies from the successful streamer movie and embark on an action-packed robbery like mercenary gun owners. The immersive VR tour, titled Viva Las Vengeance, premiered in July, but serves as a spooky activity to delve into the Halloween spirit. In addition, tickets are still available through October for $ 24 per piece.
The 30-minute experience begins at one of the site’s tactical tacos, where passengers (up to six at a time) are briefed on the day’s case, not even by crew member María Cruz played by Ana de la Reguera in the movie. After sneaking through an opening in the wall, the real action begins: players take their place inside the motorized truck, put on VR headsets, grab a gun, and try to save their fellow civilians from the wrath of the uninitiated. -dead. After completing the mission, visitors can navigate the merch, put on a photobot and enjoy zombie-themed street tacos.
Currently, the tour is making its way through major U.S. cities, such as New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Washington DC and London, with the addition of more cities in the coming months.
However, if the Sin City Truck doesn’t pass through your city soon, don’t worry. Netflix has many more immersive events to check out, such as a “Bridgerton Queen’s Ball,” a “Stranger Things” upside down tour, and a “Money Heist” robbery.