The Universal Orlando Nintendo theme park has been announced by Comcast executives at the company's most recent earnings call as the fourth park that will double the size of the Florida-based resort. The video game-themed park will be situated on a 750 acre site a few miles from the present location of Universal Orlando and will feature an array of familiar experiences for patrons to enjoy. This will likely see the Nintendo franchise's range of video game titles brought to life in an interactive manner that's suitable for visitors of all ages.
The Universal Orlando Nintendo theme park is positioned to open in 2023, while eager fans can get a glimpse of what might be in store at the Nintendo theme park that's opening this year at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka.
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