Universal Orlando Release New Details on “The Incredible Hulk Coaster”

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It’s back! Universal Orlando made a teaser last night about the return of The Incredible Hulk Coaster and followed up by releasing all new details today.

The ride will have a new queue, where riders can pass under a giant figure of The Hulk, featuring pieces of the original ride, and you’ll “You’ll pass by laboratories containing high-tech equipment his team uses to execute General Ross’ mysterious tests.”

They have a brand new storyline:

General Thaddeus Ross is calling for volunteers for a new experiment. Your only warning is that you’ll be subjected to high levels of gamma radiation through a process called Hulk-a-fication – a potentially life-altering process first introduced by Dr. Bruce Banner.

The end result is said to give subjects magnificent strength and a forceful amount of energy. Will you emerge as the military’s next super soldier…or something else entirely?

And an all new ride vehicle:

The changes start with its sleek, modern new look. Once on board, you’ll discover a brand new, in-seat audio system that booms an original ride score created by Patrick Stump, front man for the internationally-renowned rock band Fall Out Boy.

There’s no exact opening date, only that it will open in “late summer”. You can read more at Universal Orlando – here!

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