You Can Hunt Zombies In Live Outbreak Experience At Paintball Site
If you live in America and are finding that the very real life horrors of 2020 just aren't giving you the anxiety kick that you really need, then make sure you get yourself over to Dallas next month to go on Zombie Safari.
From October 2, Cousins Paintball site at Forney in Dallas, Texas becomes a hunting ground as participants can take part in the Zombie Safari and hunt down the undead, using a range of vehicles and artillery.
The website of Zombie Safari reads: 'Only 20 minutes from downtown Dallas, a cover-up has escalated out of control.'
The site goes on to explain that both national and regional defence services have failed to contain an infection, which supposedly broke out at the Federal Correctional Institution in nearby Seagoville, TX.'
'All personnel including soldiers, officers, prisoners, and members of the cleanup crew have been INFECTED by a Virus' the site continues, pointing out that the walking dead have made it as far as - you've guessed it - Cousins Paintball.
'We need your to help stop the spread of this deadly virus' the site asks.
'Eliminate the threat utilizing our specially outfitted Zombie Response Vehicles aka ZRV's.'
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'Our ZRV's are loaded with .50 caliber guns and "special rounds" to eliminate the threat.
Hunt the Zombies and Save Our City!'
At this point, for those you who already feel that there are more than enough deadly infections spreading around the world at the moment, we should point out that this is an entirely fictitious story.
Nevertheless, it does look like pretty good fun. The paintball park will get converted into a creepy dystopia in order to host what they describe is 'an interactive, real-time, first-person shooter experience'.
Participants get to use the paintball guns and other weapons at their disposal to shoot the fictional zombies in your very own real life version of Resident Evil.
Those who want to experience the hunt can book tickets now, with prices starting from $9.95 if you just want observe your pals shooting up zombies without getting involved yourself, to $59.95 which allows for a ride on one of the parks' Zombie Response Vehicles and 100 rounds to of ammunition!
It allows for a paintball outing to partner location Cousins Paintball Dallas, just in case you haven't quite got tired of shooting at things.
Featured Image Credit: Zombie Safari/Valve
Topics: US News
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