Universal is getting ready to launch the new, immersive Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Hollywood, but that's not all they're gearing up for.
A Universal Parks & Resorts spokesperson tells Deadline that the company also plans an entirely new, permanent horror-themed entertainment experience in Las Vegas based on its parks’ wildly popular Halloween Horror Nights.
The concept aims to bring to life Universal’s vast library of classic horror films with various unique, immersive horror-centric experiences, bars and restaurants, seasonal events, and merchandise.
“We are excited to give our global fanbase yet another way to get scared and have fun with fear in the heart of Las Vegas, the perfect place for this type of unique concept,” they added. The attraction will occupy a 110,000-square-foot space off the Vegas strip.
Last Halloween, The Weeknd teamed up with theme park creatives to bring The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare to life. No word yet if he's collaborating on the permanent park. [Deadline]