Disney Unveils Look at Upcoming Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure Ride


Today has been full of reveals and first looks, including a look at the upcoming Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure Ride coming to Disneyland’s Avengers Campus.

We are getting all this information because it is the IAAPA Virtual Convention today and Josh D’Amaro is one of the keynote speakers. As such he’s giving us a glimpse into a bunch of high profile projects!

Now we have a look at the ride vehicles for the upcoming Web Slingers Spider-Man Attraction coming to the Avengers Campus at Disney California Adventure.

DLP Report on Twitter gave us a look!



The ride vehicle design, with the wide seat and open front, makes sense as the rides seems to be a shooting game type ride where guests shoot webs.

Here’s the official write-up on the Web Slingers: A Spider-man Adventure attraction:

Embark on an action-packed adventure alongside the amazing Spider-Man! When Peter Parker’s helpful but otherwise buggy Spider-Bots get stuck in replication mode and escape from a WEB Workshop, Spider-Man must stop the rampaging robots before they wreak total techno-havoc across Avengers Campus. Problem is, they’re rapidly leveling up and becoming tough to beat!

Your task? Hop aboard a WEB Slinger vehicle and help weave a frenzied web to trap these friendly neighborhood sidekicks in true Spidey style. It’s up to you to unleash your inner hero and save the Campus from complete chaos!”

We do know that the Avengers Campus has been delayed, obviously since Disneyland isn’t even allowed to open, but they are working on it and it apparently is coming.

What do you think? Comment and let us know!

Sources: DLP Report on Twitter, Disneyland 

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