Disney World is changing its idea of a roller coaster, something literally.
The details revealed at IAAPA Attractions Expo 2018 confirm that Disney's new roller coaster "Guardians of the Galaxy" will not only set Walt Disney World records for its size, it will break the innovative limits for all games.
Considered a unique experience of its kind, the next Marvel adventure at Walt Disney World will be a "narrative roller coaster". That means it's not an exciting trip like Space Mountain or a dark trip like Frozen Ever After, but a hybrid of both.
Each four-seat vehicle will be programmed to guide passengers to different things that happen throughout the experience, all while submerging, bending and whistling in their path. Disney games are known for telling "stories" such as Expedition Everest or Pirates of the Caribbean, but this seems to go a step further, unless the guests approach Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket and the gang in a immersive world. Full of emotions
This new Marvel experience is shaping up to be more like the roller coaster of Crush, a favorite of fans at Walt Disney Studios in Disneyland Paris, but with a technological and narrative advantage far beyond any other vehicle in the world. the roller coaster of Disney.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, this well-promoted attraction will already be one of the longest mountains in the world, and probably longer than the roller coaster Rock and Rock. (It is said that Spaceship Earth, the timeless journey hidden within Epcot's iconic geosphere, could fit four times inside the new roller coaster building).
The new Disney Marvel roller coaster currently does not have a specific opening date, but will welcome its first guests in 2021 as part of Walt Disney World's 50th anniversary celebrations.
The new theme tour "Guardians of the Galaxy" from Florida is just one of the many Marvel experiences that open around the world in the coming years. Disney California Adventure, Disneyland Paris and Hong Kong. Disneyland will open new experiences related to "Ant Man", "Spider-Man", "The Avengers", "Iron Man" and more, and will take the famous blockbuster movies to their vacations at. More shapes than ever.