Seriously though, would that actually be a bad thing if true? HHN is too popular for its own good, and anyone being drawn away would still be giving their money to Universal, as opposed to if they waited for someone else to do it, because there WILL be another year-round haunted attraction in Orlando, it's just a matter of when.
I think this would be a complimentary piece to HHN, not direct competition (sort of) like Howl-o-Scream, because it would give people a taste of the event without requiring them to come here in the fall. There are probably a lot of people who would like to experience HHN but schedule their only visit in the summer or winter. At the very least, this would give them a better idea if it's something they really want to shell out for.
Work animals I tell ya!bioreconstruct
Aerial look at where an oval courtyard will be for the entrance to Universal's Epic Universe. Star where a signature entrance gateway arch will be.
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Aerial look at How To Train Your Dragon land 1,2 Station and recently added track of a terrain and water hugging roller coaster 3 The Great Hall 4 Theater attraction 5,6 Track and staging of separate dual-racing coaster in Epic Universe 7 Park entrance
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Aerial look at recently placed track for the How To Train Your Dragon land roller coaster. (An expected sighting, best view I have today.)
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Aerial look at the station of the How To Train Your Dragon roller coaster in Epic Universe. Much of the track covered in protective tubes to prevent damage as construction continues. See prior Tweets this Thread where similar tubing technique was used.
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Aerial look at station construction for the How To Train Your Dragon roller coaster. Much of the track here is covered in tubes to prevent damage as construction continues in Epic Universe
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Nearly straight down aerial overview of How To Train Your Dragon land in Epic Universe. Connected concrete areas at right are for an attraction outside the land. A dual-racing roller coaster
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Aerial overview of How To Train Your Dragon land. Dual racing roller coaster at left is outside the land. Separate attraction in Epic Universe.
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Aerial overview (Jan 6, 2023) of Universal's Epic Universe. Some recent changes: - More track for the dual racing coaster and How to Train Your Dragon coaster - 4th excavation in central corridor seems done - In-park hotel road has roofed underpass - Park entrance taking shape
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Aerial look at a portion of the dual-racing coaster in Epic Universe. 1 Cast footers, ready for supports 2 Footer rebar cast in sheet foundation 3 Cylindrical concrete footer molds 4 Frames for bolting track supports to footers
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Work animals I tell ya!
Looking forward to the ahead of schedule opening this while whatever they are trying to do in EPCOT is still being worked on.
Aerial look at roller coaster track in Classic Monsters land in Epic Universe.
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Aerial look at frames for 2 large statues that will be in the middle of a pond near the entrance of How To Train Your Dragon land. It also seems like elements of the statue surfaces are staged nearby. In Epic Universe.
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