New particulars about Universal’s plans for the Super Nintendo World theme park have revealed that the attraction will make the most of some kind of wristband attendees can use to work together with the park’s points of interest. News of this them park perk comes from Universal Parks & Resorts chairmen and CEO Tom Williams who spoke at a media convention concerning the firm’s plans. This wristband will apparently maintain observe of attendees’ “scores” as properly whereas they navigate the park’s Nintendo-themed factors of curiosity.
During a chat on the Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2019 Media Communications & Entertainment Conference, Williams imparted unto these there some insights into Universal’s large Super Nintendo attraction. Nintendo followers nonetheless know valuable little concerning the park, however some attention-grabbing particulars did emerge from the convention together with the talks of the wristband. When requested if the park’s opening in Universal Studios Japan was on observe and if there have been any particulars which might be shared, Williams stated that it was on observe and mentioned the wristband function.
“The whole land is interactive, and you’re going to have a wristband,” Williams stated on the convention, these feedback seen within the transcript right here. “It’s got the big red Mario symbol on it. It’s — by the way, the wristband is supercool. It’s all magnetic. You slap it at your wrist, and it just snaps on, and it won’t come off.”
It’d mainly simply be a neat memento from the occasion if that’s all it was, however there’s extra to it than that. Williams continued to say attendees might use this bracelet to work together with “the entire land, which is built on 3 different levels.” The CEO additionally referenced a number of the most iconic components of Nintendo’s catalogue of characters and places like Bowser and Princess Peach’s Castle whereas saying folks would have the option to use the wristbands to maintain observe of scores earned in numerous video games. Williams confirmed the wristbands have a “score-keeping capability” although he didn’t elaborate on how that may work.
The first of Universal’s Nintendo-themed parks is alleged to open in Japan in Spring 2020, in accordance to Williams, and past that, Universal can be “taking it everywhere.” Williams couldn’t present a date for when the corporate would open such a park within the United States however stated “you can count on it” coming to the United States.