Introducing Malta's First Ever VR Teambuilding Activity

17th January 2019

The Infinite Loop offers your team the ultimate challenge, as players exchange roles in the real world to save a young man trapped in the virtual world.

Outdoor Living is bringing the future of teambuilding to Malta with the island’s first ever Virtual Reality teambuilding activity, The Infinite Loop.

In this new and exciting event for 2019, The Infinite Loop offers your team the ultimate challenge, as players exchange roles in the real world to save a young man trapped in the virtual world.

Role-playing within the simulation video-game, your team’s special secret mission is to take turns going back-and-forth between the virtual and real worlds, sourcing clues to help them find the prisoner who has been sucked into the virtual world, and bringing him back to reality.

With the game’s objective to create competition between teams – and with a main screen showcasing the evolution of multiple teams in one game session – The Infinite Loop offers a unique, interactive way for your people to focus on the importance of continuous improvement, while having fun in a fast-paced and highly-competitive game.

The skills your team will refine by playing The Infinite Loop in the virtual world – such as using real-time communication and collaboration to gather data, share knowledge, plan a strategy, solve remote problems, and learn from feedback – are certain to help make them the winning squad when they’re back at the workplace in the real world.

Suitable for unlimited players, with teams of six members or more, The Infinite Loop is played indoors and takes around two hours, making it the ideal teambuilding activity to add to the schedule of any work event, from a large business conference to a small staff dinner.

Contact Outdoor Living today to discuss adding The Infinite Loop to your next team event!


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