Attack on Titan The Ride Makes Titan Attacks Feel Real With 4D


first_imgStay on target The Best Anime On HuluThis Might Be Attack On Titan’s Goriest Moment Of The Series So Far Attack on Titan The Ride is coming to Yamanashi’s Fuji-Q Highland theme park. This 4D flight simulation will allow riders to experience a Titan attack as if they were in the midst of it. Guests will be seated in front of a 20-meter screen and be subjected to flight and motion synced with the Titans attacking on-screen.The footage for the ride was filmed with 6K cameras and features scenery taken from Mount Fuji. The ride also has a soundtrack by Joe Hisaishi, who composed music for blockbuster anime titles like Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, and the fan favorite Japanese Role-Playing Game Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.In addition to the new Attack on Titan The Ride 4D, there will also be a dedicated Attack on Titan area at Fuji-Q. In this Attack on Titan-themed area, visitors can explore the world of the anime via 360-degree VR headsets. When using the headsets, park-goers can experience what it’s like to be a member of the Survey Corps and get a unique up-close and personal perspective of a Titan attack.Exclusive Attack on Titan merchandise will also be available via vendors in the Attack on Titan Fuji-Q area. Park vendors will have a host of Attack on Titan clothing and items available for sale, and guests won’t want to miss the life-size Colossal Titan statues that are placed at the entrance to the Attack on Titan-themed Fuji-Q area.This is all in conjunction with the new season of Attack on Titan that releases next month, which is going to be an action-packed ride for fans ready and waiting for the story to progress. Which characters are you ready to see back in action, and what episodes are you looking forward to?last_img

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