Sandbox VR has opened a free-roam virtual reality (VR) experience that places visitors at the center of the action at its new facility in The Village at Totem Lake in Kirkland.

The site is Sandbox VR’s first Washington location.

The Kirkland facility features four virtual reality rooms for experience play and offers five immersive worlds: Curse of Davy Jones, Amber Sky, Star Trek: Discovery, Deadwood Mansion, and UFL (Unbound Fighting League).

“Seattle and the Eastside are vibrant technology hubs, so opening our first Washington location here was an easy decision. We’re already getting a phenomenal response from the local gaming community,” David Friedman, global vice president of real estate for Sandbox VR, said in a news release.

Sandbox VR is a futuristic, fully immersive virtual reality experience for groups of up to six where participants can see and physically interact with everyone inside, just like the real world. Inspired by Star Trek's holodeck, the exclusive worlds let players feel like they are living inside a game or movie, and are built by EA, Sony, and Ubisoft veterans, according to the release.