Wreck-It Ralph to Smash His Way into The VOID Soon, ‘Ralph Breaks VR’ Trailer Here


The out-of-home VR destination The VOID is rolling out its next big multiplayer VR experience next week, this time transporting you into the world of Wreck-It Ralph’s latest sequel film Ralph Breaks the Internet.

Called Ralph Breaks VR, you join Wreck-It Ralph and his snarky sidekick Vanellope von Schweetz in a unique multiplayer VR adventure that will have you and your friends breaking into the Internet to play what The Void calls “the newest, coolest video game ever.”

Here’s The Void’s description of what action to expect:

Shoot retro alien spaceships, squash pixel bugs, and fend off hordes of bunnies and kitties in the Pancake Milkshake Diner while you team up with Ralph and Vanellope in a race against time to see who can rack up the highest score! It’s all fun and games until an evil security system shows up and threatens to take you and your new buddies offline…permanently.

The Void offers users a unique experience that fuses physical and virtual reality environments to create an even greater sense of immersion. Donning a VR headset hooked up to a backpack-based computer, you’re given free roam to explore the large-scale space, communicate with your fellow players, and coordinate attacks and solve virtual puzzles together, replete with physical counterparts.

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Ralph Breaks VR is available starting November 21st at four US locations; The Disney District in Anaheim, the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian in Las Vegas, and at Disney Springs in Orlando, Florida. Check out ticketing info here.

Image courtesy ILMxLab, The Void, Disney

Ralph Breaks VR was created by ILMxLAB, The Void, and Walt Disney Animation Studios; if the trailer tells us anything, it’s bound to be another highly polished experience designed to fit alongside The Void’s other large-scale, free roaming VR experiences such as Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire and Ghostbusters Dimension.

Ralph Breaks VR is only one of five upcoming Disney and Marvel-based VR experiences that will be hosted at The Void, although it’s not clear at this time what the companies have planned next.

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  • Skippy76

    Well.. This sucks unless you live near one of these places..

  • Adrian Meredith

    loved the star wars experience, just wish it was longer and that the tracking wasn’t so bad

  • JesuSaveSouls

    You got to be very innovative,creative and imaginative to embrace the growing advancement and trend of vr.Many dont care and wont try it.Its like they only will when it becomes popular and trendy.Back in the 90s many didn’t have pcs and most viewed it as nerdy.Then laptops got recieved by view but stirred up intrigue.Though terribly expensive.Once at millenniums crossover and cable modems hit the public took notice.So it’s nice that in its current development many dont veiw it as a serious contender that it’s rare and unique to us who do appreciate the arrival and breakthrough technology.

  • gothicvillas

    Meh. I’m totally not interested in location based VR.

  • GigaSora

    I guess I’m wondering why they’re marketing to kids and showing only adults in the video. Do they even have headsets for kids?

  • Seems cool