Well done everyone for getting it ready for immediately after the embargo lifted.
It looks like they're working very close to the deadline. Having only had 6 months to work on the project, in comparison to a normal 18 months, I fear is going to show. Not having fully themed rooms, but rather a 3-wall set, I hope won't detract from everything when it's up and running. More positively, they do seem to have put a lot of effort into ensuring the acting will be extremely high quality.
We now know the capacity of the attraction, and it turns out it's slightly worse than my calculation a few pages back. There will be 8 groups an hour, for 6 hours a day, with 27 people per group. Grand total: 216 people an hour; and 1,296 people per day. So about 10% of guests in any given day will be able to experience the dungeon. I struggle to see how this works within a theme park.
Slightly negative post, but it looks like the attraction will be entertaining for those who get to experience it.