The interactive ride, curated by a live performer, will take guests on a journey to a distant planet, where they will face off against larger-than-life foes and fight to save the day. Using cutting-edge 3D technology and 4D effects, the ride throws passengers right into the action, creating a fantastical adventure that they won’t soon forget.
Theme park attractions seem to be the soup de jour of the video game world at the moment. Ubisoft announced plans to build it’s own entire theme park in Malaysia earlier this year and Universal Orlando has been rumoured to be doing the same with Nintendo & WoW. Now it would seem Bioware are having a turn collaborating with California’s Great America park in 2016.
As if there wasn’t already proof enough that video games are a core part of our entertainment culture today they’re building theme park rides around them over newer movie franchises.
Surely Minecraft World is only a matter of months away?