Choose from Three Options
- $28 for a four-mission (Rogue Ops) Adventure for 2 in The Gauntlet during open play ($44 value)
- $56 for a four-mission (Rogue Ops) Adventure for 4 in The Gauntlet during open play ($88 value)
- $249 for a private one-hour (Rogue Ops) Adventure team-building experience for up to 16 in The Gauntlet ($480 value)
Four–mission options grant each player two consecutive 2-mission sessions, and are available Thursday–Sunday for drop in anytime during The Gauntlet’s public open play hours. The one-hour option is valid for adults only and is available Monday–Friday, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m, by reservation only.
To say Battlefield Colorado isn't your average laser-tag arena is a bit of an understatement. For one thing, its games take place not in a dark room filled with black lights and glow-in-the-dark obstacles, but in daylight on a three-acre outdoor field complete with vehicles and buildings. For another, players participate in structured scenarios that require them to complete a series of missions. Read on to see how else Battlefield Colorado stands out:
Battlefield Colorado’s newest attraction, “The Gauntlet” is brand new for 2016. There, the Rogue Ops Adventure Experience is set in a 2-story urban warehouse where small teams go head-to-head in realistic, heart pounding, modern Action Adventure scenarios. Missions require intensive teamwork, using strategies, tactics, and skill to defeat opponents and accomplish mission objectives.
The gear is extremely high tech. It can actually shoot lasers as far away as three football fields. In fact, the military uses similar laser technology to train soldiers and distract the enemy's cats.
Weapons can be upgraded. Though standard M5 markers come with an adjustable stock and real red-dot scope, players can upgrade these to submachine laser guns, sniper laser rifles, and laser AK-47s. The popular weapons are available on a first-come, first-served basis.