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Choose from Three Options
- $60 for two hours of iCombat laser tag for two players (a $119.90 value)
- $115 for two hours of iCombat laser tag for four players (a $239.80 value)
- $170 for two hours of iCombat laser tag for six players (a $359.70 value)
The iCombat system––used by law enforcement and military for training––increases the difficulty of normal laser tag, outfitting sharpshooters aged 15 and up with an irVest with 10 sensors, an irM4 laser rifle without an LCD pointer, and a SmartMag that houses the system’s power source and ammunition electronics. The irM4 has the size, weight, and appearance of an actual AR15/M4, and shooters can feel a kickback every time they fire. While ducking beneath crossfire, players must keep track of their ammo, health, and the remaining time to rack up the highest score. Each option includes all necessary equipment. See the FAQs for general info on laser tag.
Battleground Orlando Laser Tag features two levels of laser tag, Predator and iCombat. iCombat is the more realistic form of laser tag for ages 13 and up.
Battleground Orlando Laser Tag
At first glance, Battleground Orlando’s grassy Field F may look suspiciously unoccupied, dotted with only trees, a few wooden forts, and some stacks of tires. But the regulars know better. They sit still as statues, gripping their laser guns and surveying the landscape for peeking heads and dashing bodies. This mix of strategy and stealth resembles a video game, and that’s by design. The course, inspired by the video game Call of Duty, is one of six courses at Battleground Orlando Laser Tag, each with their own mental and physical challenges, ambiance, and 99-life-granting cheat codes.
Keeping with this realistic aesthetic, the laser-tag facility hands out advanced lasers designed for military use and outfitted with a red dot sights, sight rails, infrared beams, and RF signals with a 1,000-foot range. Players can partake in team battles as well as scenario games such as “capture the flag,” “last man standing,” and “whiten my teeth before my big job interview.” The facility, which also houses Orlando Paintball, is the largest indoor and outdoor laser tag facility in Florida, and it's open daily from noon to midnight and until 6 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.