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News Remy's Ratatouille Adventure coming to Epcot

Bocabear

Well-Known Member
Still waiting to open...

If Universal can open a very-noticeable, major roller coaster in June, surely Disney can open a D-ticket no one really cares about hidden in the back of their lowest-demand park by then.
I think the "Lowest Demand Park" is actually pretty untrue... EPCOT is massive, everything is large, walkways space etc... It takes a massive amount of people for EPCOT to feel the least bit crowded...
While I agree they do not have a new attraction right now so they are not driving the attendance records, as soon as they bring the two new attractions online they will be massively crowded again...
DHS fees so crowded because it is a much smaller park... And of course, at this particular moment they have the newest attractions...
I would say that people still love EPCOT...
 

ToTBellHop

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
I think the "Lowest Demand Park" is actually pretty untrue... EPCOT is massive, everything is large, walkways space etc... It takes a massive amount of people for EPCOT to feel the least bit crowded...
While I agree they do not have a new attraction right now so they are not driving the attendance records, as soon as they bring the two new attractions online they will be massively crowded again...
DHS fees so crowded because it is a much smaller park... And of course, at this particular moment they have the newest attractions...
I would say that people still love EPCOT...
Epcot is literally the lowest demand. It is the easiest park to find a park pass for. And its capacity at present is significantly reduced.

They didn’t decide to spend $1 billion on this park because it was doing well.
 

cgersic

Well-Known Member
Pre covid people in lines would be right up your back.
And even when WDW first reopened my wife got into a verbal conferation when she reqested some teens space out as they were literllay bumping into us. There was a language barrier and it was getting heated and I was worried about an altercation with my children there.
Just becuse we requested they stand on the marker on the ground.

We were at Animal Kingdom last night, and the people were bumping into us behind us in the line for FOP.

I would love the distance after masks are gone.
But i do look foward to the masks going away, they are brutal in the Florida Summer.
I travel solo, so when this happens to me, I let that party go by. I'm a total fan of the physical distancing!
 

Surferboy567

Well-Known Member
Epcot is literally the lowest demand. It is the easiest park to find a park pass for. And its capacity at present is significantly reduced.

They didn’t decide to spend $1 billion on this park because it was doing well.
I may of not seen it this way, but I have seen plenty of people call EPCOT, a drinking game. To an extent, I see where they are coming from.

EPCOT has always been special to me, but it is lacking attractions. I am hoping Guardians and to some extent Rat can fix this. Obviously they need more but Guardians in particular is a start.
 

Purduevian

Well-Known Member
Epcot is literally the lowest demand. It is the easiest park to find a park pass for. And its capacity at present is significantly reduced.

They didn’t decide to spend $1 billion on this park because it was doing well.
Lowest demand and easiest to get into might not be the same thing in this case.
Epcot probably has ~double to capacity of DHS if I had to guess.
 

marni1971

WDW History nut
Premium Member
I may of not seen it this way, but I have seen plenty of people call EPCOT, a drinking game. To an extent, I see where they are coming from.

EPCOT has always been special to me, but it is lacking attractions. I am hoping Guardians and to some extent Rat can fix this. Obviously they need more but Guardians in particular is a start.
They also need to rename it now. Still calling it Epcot is an offence to Epcot.
 

Notes from Neverland

Well-Known Member
Still waiting to open...

If Universal can open a very-noticeable, major roller coaster in June, surely Disney can open a D-ticket no one really cares about hidden in the back of their lowest-demand park by then.
Not disagreeing with the overall sentiment, but the "no one really cares about" portion is highly debatable. A new ride at Disney World is something a huge amount of people care about and will be mobbed.
 

ToTBellHop

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
Not disagreeing with the overall sentiment, but the "no one really cares about" portion is highly debatable. A new ride at Disney World is something a huge amount of people care about and will be mobbed.
It is not highly anticipated. It follows a string of 3 new lands themed to very popular franchises opening. It’s the last and least LPS ride to open in 2 years at WDW. And it is as visible as an old pair of shoes collecting dust in the back of your closet (supposing you are also actively remodeling half of your house). It will create a similar response, too: “oh, I forgot about you!”

It was envisioned to take some pressure off DHS but is arriving a couple years late.
 

pdude81

Well-Known Member
Disney Bar and Grill and Bar? Disney Festival and Bar?
Think of the great food festival synergy if they only kept that weird table in the middle of the park
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CastAStone

Senior Director of Disney Genie*
Premium Member
It is not highly anticipated. It follows a string of 3 new lands themed to very popular franchises opening. It’s the last and least LPS ride to open in 2 years at WDW. And it is as visible as an old pair of shoes collecting dust in the back of your closet. It will create a similar response, too: “oh, I forgot about you!”

It was envisioned to take some pressure off DHS but is arriving a couple years late.
At the same time, because of the timing of Star Wars land and Mickey and Minnie’s openings, probably 90%+ of guests going in 2021 will have written none of the three rides before
 

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