The Avengers Campus, the area entirely devoted to Marvel superheroes, will open its doors at Disneyland Paris on July 20.
A new Roller coaster
Disneyland Paris inaugurated the Marvel Avengers Campus this weekend, a new area dedicated to characters from the Marvel franchise. Spider-Man, Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Black Panther… All were there, before the opening to the public scheduled for July 20. Located in Walt Disney Studios Park, the Marvel Avengers Campus is visited by actors dressed as superheroes, offers outdoor shows and above all two new attractions: a Roller Coaster called Avengers Assemble : Flight Force and an interactive game, Spider-Man W.E.B. Adventure, in which players must weave virtual webs to overcome enemies that appear on a screen.
A network of training centers
Here, visitors are “recruits”. The genesis of the Avengers Campus imagined by Disney tells that Tony Stark wants to create a network of training centers around the world to find the superheroes of tomorrow (a first Avengers Campus opened in California last year). In the French version, there is therefore a “training center”, to glean valuable advice from the Avengers and (especially) take a photo to create your recruit badge.
Several missions to visitors
Several missions will be offered to you, among them: the “Flight Force“, the new Rock’n Roller Coaster. This time it’s about helping Iron Man and Captain Marvel save the world from an intergalactic threat. Not all superheroes are available and they need a helping hand. At the location of the old Armaggedon is now Spider-Man W.E.B adventure, an immersive ride that asks you to capture mischievous spider robots by launching webs across a screen.
Brie Larson took part in this inauguration
Between two shows of the Guardians of the Galaxy and the warriors of Black Panther, the Avengers campus also offers colorful restaurants including the Stark factory and especially the Phym kitchen where the dishes play with sizes as in Ant-man. Several celebrities took part in this inauguration. The singer Soprano, who lent himself to the game of attractions, the artist Richard Orlinsky and the American actress Brie Larson, interpreter of Captain Marvel in the cinema