Now that the calendar has shifted to 2021, Super Nintendo World is set to officially launch this year at Universal Studios in Japan. Just a few months before the park opens, Nintendo is now offering prospective visitors another taste of what they can expect from the location in a new ad.
Seen in a new ad, the Nintendo Super Nintendo World has teased a new look for the biggest ride it offers outside the gate. The ride is centered around Nintendo’s iconic racing rights Mario Kart And allow visitors to the park to enter a real-world card and zoom in on the virtual racing course. You can see the new ad mentioned by the tweet below.
– Ryu (@ri_m_1202_) December 31, 2020
Obviously, what is shown in this video is very similar to the actual Mario kart ride. If it does, it will be very busy. The Karte Super Nintendo that appears in this video seems to be what fans can trust in the world, however, it is.
In addition to this Mario Kart ride, Super Nintendo World is going to boast a ton of other surprises that will definitely get a kick out of longtime Nintendo fans. Not only is the entire park filled with portraits of the beloved Mario, visitors can earn virtual gold coins, participate in various activities, and eat food that mimics what you can find in the Mushroom Kingdom. Overall, it seems to be a little fun.
Super Nintendo World is finally set to open later this year on February 4, 2021 at Universal Studios in Japan. It will be the first of its kind in the world, and the same experience is on the road to Universal Parks in the United States. . To be up to date with those future improvements, you can Continue our park right here.
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