Universal’s Super Nintendo World Theme Park Opening Delayed Indefinitely
Universal Studios Japan has announced that they are going to delay the opening of the highly anticipated Super Nintendo World. The new area of the theme park was set to open in July and no new date was proposed for this writing. For construction, we were able to see some Stealth Peak in late May, proving that it was about to be completed. It is not clear at this time if the construction is officially completed, although it certainly looked like it was finished with leaked images.
Super Nintendo World is the very first official Nintendo theme park and all parties involved want to make sure that the opening is as perfect as possible, which means it has to be done safely. Theme parks around the world are slowly starting to reopen after months of closure, with mandatory facade regulations, along with new social take-away guidelines. California Disneyland Park was set to open its doors in July, but is no longer happening. Florida Park is still on track to open on July 17.
For now, it is too early to tell when the theme parks will be able to open normally. Matters are increasing in the United States as businesses begin to reopen, although many cities are already closing again. Regardless, Universal Studios Japan is adopting all the precautions one can do to make the journey to the Super Nintendo World a safe and enjoyable experience. The site was to be linked with the Tokyo Olympics, which was delayed until the following summer.
Universal Studios has taken a lot of time and effort to get the Super Nintendo world right, which is not at all an easy thing. Taking the world of a fictional video game and trying to make it in the real world is next to impossible, but they seem to have done an incredible job in terms of aesthetics. This is definitely an adventure for fans of Nintendo all over the world who want to drown in the world of Mario and Luigi.
It seems unlikely that guests of the Super Nintendo World, along with Princess Peach in Boyer’s Palace, will be able to dodge Kopus and Gombus, apparently, Yoshi will be around for some support. Upon entering the new area of Universal Studios Japan, guests will be given a wristband, which will help them interact with the surrounding environment. The exact details have yet to be revealed and it looks like we may have to wait a bit to see everything Super Nintendo World has to offer. For now we’ll just have to wait and see what the release date is. IGN was one of the first to announce the Super Nintendo World Opening delay.
Topics: Nintendo, Video Games