First Hand Look For The ‘Iron Man’ Roller Coaster Coming To Walt Disney Studios Park

Disneyland Paris announced their huge plans for the big 30th anniversary coming on March 6th, 2022. As one the most anticipated expansions that their guests are waiting for is the Avengers Campus. Just like the Disney California Adventure one but, it will have some differences and a Iron Man roller coaster attraction that is exclusive towards them. Opening Summer 2022 (an exact date was not announced) but, it was home towards the former Rock N’ Roller Coaster’ that also featured Aerosmith.

Disney released some new concept art and get’s a better idea for the campus will look like and the ride vehicle.

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Based off the concept art and it looks like the QuinJet will be in center of the campus. Unlike the Disney California Adventure version and is on top of a roof, adjacent from Guardians of the Galaxy: Mission Breakout! As far of what we know the Iron Man roller coaster, as Stark technology is in the front of the coaster train.

Guests will also be seeing Tony Stark’s Mark suit armors in the queue and also Carol Danvers (Captain Marvel) will be joining that was previously known.

As the celebrations for the big 30th anniversary are close for Disneyland even though the real anniversary date is April 12th, 2022.

For information about the Paris’s Avengers Campus by checking out their official site by clicking here.

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