First Pics of Universal’s Super Mario Kart Attraction from Super Nintendo World Leaked Online!


While Universal’s Epic Universe construction is being postponed here in the States due to a lack of attendance in the theme parks, Super Nintendo World is close to completion at Universal Studio Japan, despite its opening being pushed back indefinitely.

And now Nintendo fans on social media have uncovered what appears to be the first look at the ride vehicles for the Super Mario Kart attraction.

From Nintendo Life

The videos were spotted on a Vimeo account which seemingly belongs to a web designer in charge of Super Nintendo World’s website. Clearly not intended for public viewing, they take us on a tour of the site, showcasing how it’ll look, transitions between different sections, and presenting us with some lovely character renders.

Perhaps the most exciting part comes towards the end, however, as the web designer scrolls down to a section which shows off the park’s Mario Kart attraction. The website says, “you’ve never experienced fun like this before,” and presents a number of pictures of visitors enjoying the ride itself.

However, it would appear that the original Vimeo video was taken down.

Figuring this would be the case, some clever users screencapped the ride vehicle…

Here is a closer look at what we can expect!

Let the speculation begin as to how this attraction will play out. Our guess is something like a cross between Test Track at Walt Disney World and Spider-Man / Transformers at Universal Studios.

Thoughts? Comment below and let us know if you’re excited for Super Nintendo World!

[Source: Nintendo Life]



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