Skull Island: Reign of King Kong Officially Announced for Islands of Adventure Summer 2016

King Kong will return once again to Universal Orlando in the Summer of 2016 with a new attraction, Skull Island: Reign of King Kong.

Skull Island Reign of King Kong

According to Mike West of Universal Creative, the new attraction will feature revolutionary ride vehicles that will take guests through Skull Island.

Skull Island Reign of King KongAccording to West, the ride will feature “massive sets, massive ride vehicles, massive characters and creatures and massive story!”. ┬áIn the end, this looks like a souped up version of King Kong 360, which has been part of the Universal Hollywood Backlot Tram Tour for years now.

Skull Island Reign of King Kong

Let’s hope the Reign of Kong lives up to expectations and keeps the ball rolling for Universal Orlando.

Skull Island Reign of King Kong

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