When Guests visit Universal Orlando Resort, there is one thing that they can surely expect at both Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida — and that is a thrill.
Both theme parks have a wide selection of thrill attractions that will have Guests wanting to hop right back in line. From the newly completed Jurassic World VelociCoaster, which allows Guests to experience top speeds and G-force, to getting soaked on Popeye & Bluto’s Bilge-Rat Barges, to getting cursed in Revenge of the Mummy, Guests will surely have an adventure-filled day.
What makes all of these attractions so special, aside from their fantastic technology, is the theming. Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter is a fantastic coaster. Still, the rollercoaster’s storyline and looks really immerse Guests and allow them to fall deeper into the story and have an even more memorable and unique coaster experience. And this goes for every attraction at the Park.
When Guests enter Islands of Adventure, there are a few attractions that they will notice right away due to the sheer size of them, as they make up the theme park skyline. The Incredible Hulk Coaster, VeclociCoaster, and Doctor Doom’s Fearfall are three easy attractions to spot, but one of them is not looking as it typically does.
Photographer Bioreconstruct snapped a photo of Doctor Doom’s Fearfall, which seems to be missing the theming at the top of the drop tower, which, from afar, leaves the attraction looking as if it lacks theming.
Theming at top of Dr Doom’s Fearfall removed. Both towers are open for guest riding.
Theming at top of Dr Doom's Fearfall removed. Both towers are open for guest riding. pic.twitter.com/7Od48WSrzL
— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) August 18, 2021
A look at the top of the two towers of Dr Doom’s Fearfall. Decorations at top have been removed.
A look at the top of the two towers of Dr Doom's Fearfall. Decorations at top have been removed. pic.twitter.com/dJcaPxYXwd
— bioreconstruct (@bioreconstruct) August 19, 2021
Typically, the top of the attraction has detailed theming to it, which complements the attraction’s storyline, which is quite strong and detailed throughout the queue and during the introduction of the attraction.
It seems likely that Universal is touching up the themed tower toppers and that we will see them placed on top of the attractions once again in the future. That being said, it is solely speculation at the moment.
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