According to rumors shared by OUTSIDEARS, Disneyland Paris is already considering a refurbishment of the recently opened Avengers Assemble: Flight Force roller coaster in Avengers Campus.
Reactions to the queue have been positive while the on-ride experience has been received less favorably.
Many park goers who have experienced the new roller coaster have stated the ride experience seems unfinished or incomplete to them.
Allegedly Disneyland Paris executives as well as Bob Chapeck (Chief Executive Officer of The Walt Disney Company) and Josh D’Amaro (Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products) were disappointed in the overall quality of the new ride experience.
After setting high expectations in the detailed and well themed queue, as well as a high quality pre-show featuring a brand new Iron Man audio animatronic, the on ride experience is underwhelming.
Park goers are launched into a mostly dark show building with a few minimalist projections all accompanied by an overall rough ride experience.
Avengers Assemble: Flight Force stands in stark contrast to another recently opened Marvel theemed roller coaster Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind in Epcot, Walt Disney World.
Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind also utilizes projection technology albeit more successfully by combining it with physical props and a higher quality presentation.
According to the latest rumors Walt Disney Imagineering and Disneyland Paris are already working on plussing the attraction by adding more screens, refining the projections already in place and adding various new effects.
While no refurbishment date has been announced in regards to Avengers Assemble: Flight Force 2.0 rumors have pointed towards the 2023 off season (January to March).
According to sources the attractions low show quality is to blame on an insufficient budget. Apparently Disneyland Paris had been informed of the issue ahead of time but was unable to react in time.
We would like to remind readers that this information has not been confirmed by Disney and that it is only a rumor at this point.
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