Super Nintendo World, theme park Nintendo built in collaboration with the Universal Studios Japan, will open its doors to the next public February 4 2021 after a slight slip caused by the global pandemic.
In addition to this first trailer, which offers a brief overview of the park, Universal has pushed hard on battle horse of Osaka park: the Mario Kart Koopa's Challenge, a path on rails in which the various players battle inside the Bowser Castle taking advantage of special viewers for the augmented reality.
Japan's #SuperNintendoWorld will open on Feb. 4, 2021 in Osaka.@rumireports gets a world's first look at @USJ_Official's real-life #Mario Kart. Blackberries: https://t.co/T9nUMnB1UB # 任天堂 pic.twitter.com/oZku1gwQTj
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Obviously the opening of the park will be a turning point for the sector, already tremendously shaken by the stop caused by the COVID-19. In this regard, Universal has confirmed that it will ensure a safe environment for both staff and visitors and that the safety regulations currently in force in Japan will be followed.