Universal Parks and Resorts have signed a deal with Nintendo to build major attractions based on the Japanese company’s games. These rides and experiences will be focused on Nintendo’s most famous characters and worlds.
Unfortunately, no other details have been announced. Creative staff from Nintendo and Universal will be working together to create these attractions and we’ll bring you more information about them as soon as it is revealed. Universal currently has parks in Los Angeles, Orlando, Singapore and Osaka in Japan. The company is building two more parks in Moscow and Beijing, which will open in 2018 and 2019 respectively.
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