We haven’t seen 2021 yet, but there are already signs that it is going to be a better year than 2020.
One thing that we can already count on seeing in February 2021 is a brand new Nintendo amusement park at Universal Studios, Japan. Bloomberg estimates that the park may come at a cost of $580 million but if it delivers the gaming immersion experience that it promises, the Nintendo ‘super amusement park’ will be more than worth it.
The new Nintendo amusement park inside the villain Bowser replica castle will have a ‘Mario Cart’ roller coaster for people to race and all the passengers will all wear augmented reality glasses to prevent anyone throwing banana peels at other people.
The game immersion experience of the Nintendo amusement park will not end with the roller coaster rides. Visitors will be exploring the amusement park and interacting with features and finding virtual gold coins like Super Mario’s character would in the game.
It’s not yet certain when the amusement park will open due to the coronavirus pandemic as new infections are increasing in many countries and the opening may be pushed to the Summer. Until then, we can only wait for this Nintendo adventure.