People in Japan can visit Super Nintendo World on March 18.
Super Nintendo World will open to the public in Universal Studios Japan on Thursday, March 18, Nintendo revealed via its Japanese Twitter account on Monday. The Osaka theme park was originally scheduled to open last month, but that was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The park has taken hygiene measures like mandatory mask-wearing, reduced capacity and numbered tickets to spread out the arrival of guests, as previously reported by Eurogamer.
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It’ll feature two major rides — a Mario Kart-themed one called Koopa’s Challenge and the kid-friendly Yoshi’s Adventure. Mario creator Shigeru Miyamoto gave us a peek at the park in December, in a Nintendo Direct presentation.
Super Nintendo World won’t be coming to Orlando, Florida, for another four years. Last week, Universal Studios said the opening of Epic Universe, which will house the Nintendo park, has been pushed from 2023 to early 2025.
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