Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) July 04, 2014
Warehouse Wars, the ultimate five-level, 4,500 square-foot laser tag experience in Las Vegas, announced today that it has replaced its laser tag guns with cutting-edge weapons from Delta Strike.
Delta Strikes laser tag guns are designed for superior reliability and performance, guaranteeing a fun, exciting laser tag session without technical or mechanical hiccups. The guns feature innovative, cutting-edge designs with features ranging from comfort handles to LCD displays to enhanced target sighting to forward-facing speakers that let the enemy know they’ve been thwarted.
“We can’t wait for our customers to try out our new equipment,” said Tracy Eliason, owner of Warehouse Wars. “Players are going to immediately notice the difference with the new guns; the game is just much more intense and exciting than ever before.”
The new Delta Strike equipment is just part of what makes Warehouse Wars the most unique and exciting laser tag experience in Las Vegas. A 4,500 square-foot warehouse made of three stories and five sub-levels of laser tag fun, Warehouse Wars is the perfect place to spend an afternoon or evening with family and friends.
Warehouse wars specializes in a variety of laser tag games for all ages and levels. Players can choose from Team Tag, Capture the Flag, Defenders, Scarface, Elimination, Terminator or a number of rotating, seasonal games.
“Our business objective is really just to give our customers the best experience available. That’s why we keep our games exciting and make sure our equipment is cutting-edge,” said Tracy Eliason. “Laser tag is all about the action – and that’s what Warehouse Wars does best.”
About Warehouse Wars
Warehouse Wars is the ultimate Las Vegas laser tag experience. Located inside FLIPnOUT Fun Center at 1841 E. Craig Road in Las Vegas, Warehouse Wars offers three stories of and five sub-levels of laser tag fun. Warehouse Wars and FLIPnOUT Fun Center also specialize in parties, group, student and corporate events. For more information, visit http://www.warehousewars.net.