Biohazard: Night of Heroes - New Resident Evil attraction at Universal Studios Japan
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New Resident Evil USJ Attraction Will Feature Series’ Characters

Capcom and Universal Studios Japan revealed a new horror attraction titled Biohazard: Night of Heroes. This Resident Evil-themed attraction will appear temporarily at the USJ theme park in Osaka, and it will feature key characters from the video game series like Leon and Jill.

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While USJ had held Biohazard: The Extreme events in previous years, this new attraction will place an emphasis on the series’ characters. The participants will be able to cooperate with Leon S. Kennedy, Jill Valentine, and Chris and Claire Redfield. The official webpage also teases that players will get to fight against the likes of Nemesis and Licker.

This Resident Evil attraction will only take place at night, as USJ will hold it from 6 PM JST until the theme park’s closing hours—which will be mostly 9:30 PM JST for the event’s duration. The theme park will also set an age restriction for this attraction, as it will not allow children aged 12 or under to access the attraction.

Night of Heroes will be part of a larger Halloween Horror Nights 2024 event that USJ will hold throughout Fall 2024. The overall event will also include a Chainsaw Man 4-D attraction and a roller coaster ride synchronized with Ado’s song “Show.”

Biohazard: Night of Heroes, the Resident Evil-themed attraction, will be available at the back of Louie’s N.Y. Pizza Parlor in Universal Studios Japan from September 6, 2024, until November 4, 2024.


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