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Ready to take on some zombies or fly on the world’s largest slot machine? HI Now hosts Jobeth Devera and Kanoe Gibson are continuing Las Vegas week at the Fremont Street Experience and braving the Fear of the Walking Dead: Survival, a new thrill attraction based on AMC’s hit TV series, “Fear the Walking Dead.” Once making it out alive, the pair flew 12-stories high over the crowds on Slotzilla and danced in the street under the world’s largest video screen.
Whether you’re a thrill-seeker, zombie fanatic or just like a good adventure, this attraction is something you won’t want to miss. Part thrill ride, part escape room, part maze and part interactive video game, Fear the Walking Dead Survival transports you into the world of AMC’s “Fear the Walking Dead,” set in a temporary military medical facility amidst growing rumors of a zombie outbreak.
The groundbreaking thrill attraction features elaborate sets, immersive audio and high-tech motion simulator technology. It features eight “zones” where guests can face their fears and escape a bloodthirsty horde of the infected:
1. Outbreak Protocol
2. Decontamination Chamber
3. Virus Detection Scan
4. Mission Critical Room
5. Race to Escape
6. Elevator Free Fall
7. Zombie Survival Gauntlet
8. 4D Zombie Blasting, Dark Ride
Fear the Walking Dead Survival is a collaboration between AMC, Fremont Street Experience and Triotech, a Canadian company that’s created dozens of technologically-advanced, interactive attractions around the world.
The attraction costs $24, but children can experience it for just $15. Active members of the military and seniors are eligible for discounted ticket prices with proper identification.
Fear the Walking Dead Survival is located at 425 Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas and is open daily from 5 p.m. – 12 a.m. The ticket office is at the base of the SlotZilla zip line take-off tower.
About Fremont Street Experience:
Las Vegas’ legendary Fremont Street was established in 1905 and has since celebrated its centennial anniversary as the city’s official birthplace. In 1995, Fremont Street underwent its transformation to the present-day Fremont Street Experience, a six-block entertainment and retail district located in historic downtown Las Vegas.
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