Harry Potter And The Forbidden Journey Gets A Upgrade At Universal Studios Hollywood

Harry Potter and The Forbidden Journey over at Universal Studios Hollywood just got a lot more technological better and smoother towards the ride. Now the ride will introduce enhanced 4k-HD at 120 frames-per-second to offer fellow witches and wizards towards The Wizarding of Harry Potter created by author, J.K. Rowling.

It was originally 3-D but, that effect got removed to make it the same as Forbidden Journey at Universal Orlando Resort’s Islands of Adventure. This will now allow the ride to display four times the frame rate offering beautifully-sharper images to make it more feel realistic. Forbidden Journey located inside of the Hogwarts Castle in which uses both screens and audio-animatronics ranging from a dragon, dementors, spiders, & more.

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Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey” brings magical guests on a 360-degree journey alongside with Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley as they adventure through some of the most memorable scenes from the blockbuster film franchise including a Quidditch match where they narrowly escape a dragon attack, as well as close encounters with Dementors and the Whomping Willow.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood opened up last year in April and have 3 Harry Potter expansions also in Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, and Universal Studios Orlando.

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