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News Remy's Ratatouille Adventure coming to Epcot

pdude81

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They are letting in more guests than a couple months ago. But they are still letting in less guests than before the shutdown and every attraction that was open then is open now
We can split hairs over whether MILF or TT are attractions or not, and I'll concede Enchanted Tales might be more of an issue with union agreements than operational, but certainly seem to be missing things that were open before the shutdown. Even the launch bay was something to get people out of lines on a hot day.
 

peter11435

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We can split hairs over whether MILF or TT are attractions or not, and I'll concede Enchanted Tales might be more of an issue with union agreements than operational, but certainly seem to be missing things that were open before the shutdown. Even the launch bay was something to get people out of lines on a hot day.
I was specifically referring to Epcot. Since that is what’s relevant regarding atttaction capacity/demand at Epcot. I’ll give you TT.
 

doctornick

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They are letting in more guests than a couple months ago. But they are still letting in less guests than before the shutdown and every attraction that was open then is open now
Are you talking about Epcot only? Because plenty of attractions are still not open at WDW that were there pre-COVID…

Edit: okay I see you were talking about Epcot but Turtle Talk has been mentioned. And are are the post show play stuff like at Imagination or M:S or SSE running? No nighttime show yet (but soon) but we’ll be losing Far and Wide soon thereafter. And we are still missing streetmosphere and M&Gs (plus the Agent P/Ducktales game which yes closed before COVID but still hasn’t reopened)

point being, there’s still capacity missing even at Epcot.
 
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peter11435

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Are you talking about Epcot only? Because plenty of attractions are still not open at WDW that were there pre-COVID…
Yes. I’m specifically referring to Epcot.
I am aware that there are many entertainment offerings that have not returned. However outside of Turtle Talk Epcot doesn’t have any entertainment based attractions that have remained closed.
 

EricsBiscuit

Well-Known Member
Why did he plan his trip around a single attraction that did not have an announced opening date?
What Is This Reaction GIF by Adult Swim
 

jinx8402

Well-Known Member
This ride has been sitting finished for so long, I think they will need to do extended technical previews to make sure it's ready for October 1. Say around 8/19?

Lol...one could only hope
 

Poseidon Quest

Well-Known Member
I'm glad to hear they're maintaining it. The idea of running a ride for nobody is kind of silly though

That's part of the commissioning process. Vehicles must be cycled a certain number of hours before being deemed safe to allow ridership. At least, that's how I've seen it work at other parks. Disney might do things somewhat differently.
 

owlsandcoffee

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That's part of the commissioning process. Vehicles must be cycled a certain number of hours before being deemed safe to allow ridership. At least, that's how I've seen it work at other parks. Disney might do things somewhat differently.
If that's the case then cool cool. Should be obvious I don't know much about the tech side of things :)
 

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