Theme parks are a lot of fun. Feeding our adrenaline rushes with thrilling rides is one of the best ways to spend a day. Not to mention the mouthwatering junk food you get to gorge on while clicking dozens of pictures. If you’re in Las Vegas, you’re in for a lot of fun. Warner Brothers Discovery, one of the biggest theme park giants, has opened a new one-of-a-kind theme park. This theme park is located just off the Las Vegas strip.
One-Of-A-Kind Theme Park In Las Vegas
This theme park that Warner Brothers has opened is based on an innovative new concept. This theme park contains not one but two escape rooms. Called ‘Escape It’, this all-new attraction by Warner Brothers is horror-themed.
The two horror-themed escape rooms will be based on two blockbuster films from the Warner Brothers’ Studio. These are ‘It’ and ‘It: Chapter Two.’ The escape rooms will provide all the visitors with an immersive experience filled with spooky thrills.
This nightmarish attraction will consist of around twenty rooms. Each of these escape rooms will feature state-of-the-art technology which will be interactive and have special and visual effects. To make the experience truly immersive, the escape rooms will utilise many different elements like animatronics, lights, and even actors. The visitors will definitely be in for a thrilling experience!
Warner Bros. Competing With Universal Orlando Resorts
It is also speculated that this move by the Warner Brothers is an attempt to lock horns with their competitor, Universal Orlando Resorts, and to give them a tough fight. Universal Orlando Resorts are one of the major competitors of Warner Brothers Studio. In December, Universal Orlando Studios also announced that they will be opening two escape rooms in their entertainment complex Universal CityWalk Hollywood in California.
Their escape rooms, perhaps not so co-incidentally, were also based on two of their famous movies. Called The Great Movie Escape, these rooms were based on Jurassic World and Back To The Future.
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