4XVR : Virtual Reality Arcades Nationwide Bringing VR To The Mass

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Mass VR is being realized by virtual reality arcade venues nationwide like the new 4XVR located in Winthrop, MA 5 15 minutes from Boston. On January 20, 2020, 4xvr opened its doors to become one of the many arcade venues that are making the virtual reality experience more accessible to the public in the peripheral future. In the Boston area, 4XVR will be the second VR arcade venue in the city bring the VR experience to the public mass, aside from MindTrek Vr, which is located in Woburn, 25 minutes north of Boston. Nationwide, there are already escapevrarcade in Oxford, Michigan and virtualarcade.co in Minnesota. Please check our listings of virtual reality arcades near you.

In the mean time, let’s delve into the experience that 4XVR has to offer. With is different booths offering and different nights of events, 4XVR is ready to serve the Boston area a nightlife experience that is different and unique to Boston adults. With a standard half hour session of $25 of up to 2 people in a room to a 1 hour session of 4 people in for $44, being in the virtual world you might forget how much time has passed by! Instagran photo from 4xvr below:

Other than the standard session, 4XVR also introduces adult night for adults 21+, date night, first responder night, and birthday and private parties. They also provide special rooms for a racing simulator and also a virtual escape room! So good luck getting out that!

Other than that, the virtual realty arcade venue includes popular arcade games like Beatsaber, the most popular VR game being played right now on any VR headsets. Using headsets like the HTC Vive and the Valve Index, other games that you can expect are The Brookhaven Experiment, Space Pirate, The Cabin Escape Room, Pistolwhip, Skyfront, and other games like Project Cars 1 and 2. There is a wide array of game libray to choose from, so I would do my research on VR games out there to have an idea of what you may be into!

photo from 4xvr.com

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