While this is great news in theory, it still seems a little early to launch a major project during the ongoing pandemic. Coronavirus concerns was the reason behind the initial delay, and there’s a high chance that another delay will hit before February.
However, Universal Studios Japan are certainly confident that Super Nintendo World’s opening will go ahead without any issues, as it recently invited members of the press to check out the theme park.
Bloomberg shared some of the park’s interiors, including a quick look at a Mario Kart themed attraction that makes use of AR tech.
Only time will tell if the park actually manages to open on schedule, especially when you consider the current coronavirus outbreak in Osaka, Super Nintendo World’s current location.
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