Universal Studios Japan released its first animated video on Sunday for its “Attack on Titan the Real” summer fascination, which will be accessible from May 31 to August 25 this year.
The video demonstrates Eren and his fellow corps individuals wandering through timberland toward Wall Maria. In transit, Eren shouts, “Oh, that’s USJ!” Armin is astonished to discover that the Wall Maria is inside USJ.
The corps resolve to secure the regular folks in USJ who may have been made up for lost time stuck in an unfortunate situation. Amusingly, the video demonstrates the ponies with tickets to the theme park.
The amusement park gave more insights regarding the Attack on Titan, Godzilla, Evangelion, and Sailor Moon attractions prior this month. The One Piece site likewise reported on Saturday that the One Piece debut summer show will be held again this year from June 26 to September 29, alongside a One Piece-themed restaurant, and water fight occasion.
“Attack on Titan the Real” will portray a fight with unique animation. The characters will endeavor to recover Wall Maria in the midst of a Titan invasion. The Survey Corps individuals will fly around the setting amid the show. The show zone will show “cronoids,” or very reasonable statues, of Erwin and Levi as they looked the night prior to the assault is propelled. Tickets went on sale on April 11.
Universal Studios Japan is located in Osaka, is one of four Universal Studios theme parks, claimed and worked by USJ Co., Ltd., which is entirely possessed by NBCUniversal (starting at 2017). The recreation center is like the Universal Orlando Resort since it likewise contains chosen attractions from Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood.
The center was opened on 31 March 2001. More than 11 million visitors visited the recreation center in its opening year, making it the world’s quickest event congregation to have accomplished the 10 million achievement at the time. From that point forward, Universal Studios Japan has had around 8 million guests consistently. Most guests are Japanese sightseers and vacationers from other Asian nations, for example, South Korea. It is likewise extremely well known among Western voyagers and exiles. In 2005, Goldman Sachs turned into the biggest investor in Universal Studios Japan.