Preparing to open before the start of the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, the Super Nintendo World amusement park promises to be a very interactive and technically advanced venue that, among other things, will encourage the activity of its visitors with the achievement system. It can be traced in a special mobile application that works in conjunction with electronic magnetic bracelets. Nintendo and Universal Studios Japan shared relevant information.
In the mobile application, visitors will have access to a map showing attractions, as well as a profile where special achievements for activity are noted. It is still unknown whether guests will be able to receive any physical prizes for unlocked achievements.
The first Super Nintendo World Park will open in Osaka. Budget for construction is $550 million.
Later, similar entertainment zones with attractions will appear in Singapore, Orlando and Hollywood.