Ever wanted to sling webs from your wrists like our favorite web-slinging superhero Spider-Man? Well–once the new Marvel-themed land opens at Disney California Adventure at Disneyland Resort and Disneyland Paris, this will be a reality!
This past week, Walt Disney Imagineering and Marvel made an appearance at New York Comic Con 2019 to preview new details of some of their larger-than-life experiences coming to Avengers Campus and they’re all out of this world.
As part of the details revealed, it was announced that the Spider-Man Experience (Worldwide Engineering Brigade) coming to Avengers Campus will be the first Disney ride-through attraction ever to feature an actual webslinger for guests to use during their time in the attraction. During the WEB experience, guests will find themselves helping Spider-Man try to catch “spider-bots” and the only way to do so is by having visitors shoot their own webs out of their wrists via this new immersive technology.
To utilize the technology, riders will use hand gestures to sling webs from Web Slinger ride vehicles in the attraction (pictured above).
Back at D23 Expo 2019, Disney revealed guests would have “actual super powers” while experiencing the Spider-Man-themed attraction. However, they never specified one as cool as web slinging!
When guests experience WEB, they are taking part in an “open house” where aspiring inventors are invited in to test drive the laboratory’s latest invention: the “Web Slinger” vehicle.
Besides this new detail of web slinging technology for guests, no other details were revealed about the attraction at New York Comic Con 2019. However, they did reveal that the new land will feature Peter Parker as Spider-Man walking around the Avengers Campus in an exclusive Spidey-suit never before seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
Avengers Campus is planned to open sometime in 2020 at Disney California Adventure Park.
What are your thoughts on this new Spider-Man experience offering web-slinging technology for guests to utilize themselves during the ride? Let us know in the comments!