What this announcement sounds like something from straight out of the mega popular gaming franchise of “The Last of Us” with humanity is gone and turned into a post-apocalyptic world and the run over with overgrown greenery environments.
Today in joining this year’s Halloween Horror Nights line up at Universal Orlando as part of the original houses is called “Seeds of Extinction”. With the deep and creative stories that Universal comes up for these original houses, here’s how they are explaining it for this original story concept-
“A cataclysmic meteor has struck Earth, causing humans to become extinct, and something monstrous to take root. The virulent growth has swept across the planet, covering everything and choking out civilization within moments, creating a tableau of what once was. What appears to be a lush and green graveyard hides the most terrifying and hungry meat eaters. Predatory plants of all species use strangling vines, razor-sharp thorns, and poisonous pollens to encroach from all sides as you invade this new world.”
One of the build sculpts that will be used for “Seeds of Extinction” at Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. Source: (©Universal Orlando)
For long veteran fans of Halloween Horror Nights, check out these references and Easter Eggs when you…try to survive the house.
Reference towards “Lighting Gulch” original house from Halloween Horror Nights 2016? Source: (©Universal Orlando)
Hmm, this reference seems familiar? Source: (©Universal Orlando)
The original houses line up so far for this year’s event is; “Carnival Graveyard: Rust In Pieces“, “Dead Exposure: Patient Zero“, and “Slaughter Sinema“. Halloween Horror Nights kicks off this year September 14-November 3, 2018 and to check out more information for tickets and vacation packages by visiting Halloween Horror Nights’s official site here for Orlando.
Check out the officially released trailer down below and for everything Universal Parks & Resorts and all other themed entertainment news, keep checking back here at SkywalkingAdventure.com.
Source: Universal Orlando