During this spine-tingling, heart-pounding experience, the streets of more than 150 cities across the US will become battlegrounds for vampires and zombies, plunging the attendees into a world where ancient foes collide.
The experience is described by the organizers as a mix between an outdoor escape room-style game, a scavenger hunt and an interactive tour of the city. With elements of cosplaying and role-playing also present.
In each city, hundreds of teams will choose sides (vampires or zombies) and compete against each other for survival. They will crawl the streets on foot looking for clues while solving interactive puzzles and challenges across the city.
The Vampires vs Zombies Experience promises to be an event where participants are not just spectators but active participants in the story.
“After the success of our Wizard of Oz Experience, we are excited to launch a new type of event just in time for Halloween, another season where Questo can bring its magic. Dark magic this time around. I look forward to seeing many happy families and groups of friends crawling the streets in October,” said Alex Govoreanu, CEO of Questo.
With an average duration of 90 minutes, people can choose to either compete against the clock (and hundreds of other teams) or just go at their own pace.
Dressing up for the Vampires vs Zombies Experience is highly recommended as participants can qualify for the $2000 costume contest or any of the other prizes (zombie apocalypse kit, life-sized coffin, lifetime supply of garlic and more).
The event is family-friendly but mostly adult-oriented, kids over 12 can participate if accompanied by adults.
Questo is the award-winning platform that turns cities into playgrounds.
Blending iconic fictional stories with real-world environments, the Questo experiences transform any day out with friends and family into an extraordinary adventure.
Questo is currently present in more than 60 countries around the world, with the number of locations rapidly increasing. It has been organizing events since 2017, with more than 350,000 people participating so far.