Earlier this week, Universal Studios Japan released a new visual for Super Nintendo World, which shows off the entrances to the two rides that will be available at the start, based off the Yoshi and Mario Kart series, as well as the famous Peach’s Castle. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]
Universal Studios reiterated that they plan on having the new section of the part open by the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. According to current calculations, by 10 years after the Super Nintendo World’s opening, there will be an economic impact of 6.2 trillion yen within the Kansai Circle, and 11.7 trillion yen’s worth of economic impact across Japan. Additionally, there is a projected 1,080,000 people’s worth of employment effect.
Super Nintendo World will open within Universal Studios Osaka around the time of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.