All inside. Very controlled environments. The ride will probably go pretty slow, but use a slew of different effects to make it feel faster, but that would only work inside.Is MK fully indoors or is there an outdoor segment as well similar to RSR? Having an outdoor area would add some pretty cool kinetic energy, especially since the game does have some easily recreated outdoor environments.
I have a feeling we'll be getting some details for the land in Japan before the end of the year. Some official concept art for the two rides would be nice for example.I'm just wondering when we're going to get an official announcement of details for Japan's Super Nintendo World? I just really want to know how MK is going to work. Like the actual ride system, the elements and how they're going to squeeze a theme park narrative into a Mario Kart attraction.
Sorry, I'm just a bit antsy at this point.
Yeah, new concept art of the MK and Yoshi ride could probably hold me over. It's just felt like it's been forever since 2015.I have a feeling we'll be getting some details for the land in Japan before the end of the year. Some official concept art for the two rides would be nice for example.
That was one of the ideas I brought up earlier about having transformers just becoming a new experience for Nintendo world. Transformers could be upgraded to the new franchise as well because the last 5 movies they made are complete ass.I wonder if SNW becomes so popular (and I use the word "if" lightly because I know it will be a success lol) that they would consider either expanding to other soundstages or removing Transformers completely and expanding there.
I think the more likely entrance will be where the Panda Express is today.