It’s time to press the reset button.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, theme parks around the world have to close, modify plans and in some cases close again. And now, a new theme park in Japan, which will open next month, just opened in February, has been delayed due to local instances.
The release of Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan, originally scheduled for February 4, will be postponed indefinitely, Bloomberg reported.The news comes after Japan recently extended a state of emergency to include the prefecture of Osaka, where Set of park
The emergency will last until at least February 7.
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A new opening date has not been set, and organizers are reportedly waiting for the emergency to be canceled before making a choice.
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Just a few days ago, Universal Studios Japan released a virtual tour of the new theme park, with delayed opening expected now. The tour kicks off by showing users the grounds of Bowser’s Castle-based park from the Super Mario Bros. franchise.
The theme park attractions are based on Nintendo’s most popular feature, with an emphasis on Super Mario, the company’s mascot. Rides will allow guests to recreate experiences from games like “Mario Kart” and “Yoshi’s. Adventure “
The park will also reportedly have an interactive area where guests can purchase special bands that allow them to collect virtual coins, stamps and video game-inspired power-ups.
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Universal Studios is planning to launch Super Nintendo World in Florida in Orlando.
Fox News’ Ann W.Schmidt contributed to this report.