Alex wrote:If it's as good as the insiders expect then it's going to be one of the better dark rides in the world!
This the first mega attraction that I have ever heard of to not only NOT cut anything but have ADDED stuff over the past year!!! Really everyone... have you ever heard of such a thing?
themealgang wrote:This update from Mako Madness pretty much confirms that Universal are the best at what they do in my opinion. That Kong area just looks unbelievable!
I'm still struggling to understand why Universal decided to completely rip out the original Hulk and bring in new track... when the ride layout appears to be identical to the original (from what we can see at the moment). The first edition of the coaster would only be 17 years old in 2016 and being supplied by arguably the world's greatest roller coaster manufacture, that's a short life indeed.
Money really isn't an object for them, is it?!
More details are still to come about what the new experience will be like. But the new track will ensure an even smoother ride—without losing the thrills The Incredible Hulk Coaster is known for.
Theme parks saw a 38.6% rise in revenue to $1.0 billion, thanks to the inclusion of Universal Studios Japan, which was acquired in full by Comcast in November, and the success of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter attraction in Orlando and and Fast and Furious: Supercharged attraction in Hollywood. Operating cash flow jumped 36.6% to $452 million.