VIDEOS & PHOTOS – Universal Orlando Resort reveals details about Incredible Hulk Roller Coaster makeover
**UPDATE** Universal Orlando just released new details about the Incredible Hulk Roller Coaster reopening, which will feature a new entrance, queue, new ride vehicle and more!
The new ride entrance will feature a giant statue of the Hulk himself holding up pieces of the coaster’s track, which are going to be recycled pieces from the old Hulk coaster. Awesome!
General Thaddeus Ross is performing a new experiment on guests, one that involves high levels of gamma radiation through a process called Hulk-a-fication. The only question, will it work this time or will you end up thrust into a twisted coaster track? I think we know how this is going to end. 😉
The queue line of Hulk has been completely reimagined with all new scenes, including a variety of bio-radiological experiments being performed by General Thaddeus Ross.
The next area of the queue is the Gamma Core, which is where General Thaddeus Ross gets his source of radiation for his experiments.
Now lets talk about the new ride vehicle. Universal has stepped up the game with these new Hulk trains which feature on-board audio and lights. There will even be a custom soundtrack on-board from Patrick Stump, front man for the rock band, Fall Out Boy.
Universal also mentions that the launch tube itself is also getting some new enhancements, but fails to go into details on their blog.
Are you ready to #HulkOut ?
Universal Orlando has been pretty hush-hush about new details about the re-do of the Hulk Coaster until recently.
The theme park resort just shared a new video teasing what after closer examination seems to be a tease of the new Hulk trains which will be soaring through the new Hulk track that has been redone over the last several months.
The video shows a quick flash of the train after closer examination and the words “Stay Tuned.”
We took a screen capture of what appear to be shoulder harnesses, which seems to debunk the rumor of lap bars on the new trains. (Seen above)
We could possibly see some sort of announcement tomorrow. If we do, we will have it here.