Ever since the first announcement of a Super Nintendo World coming to Universal parks, fans have been on the hunt for even the tiniest morsel of information and confirmation. Thankfully, blog site Coaster Kings recently threw fans a little teaser on new details of potential construction plans and even site layouts for the new park.

While Universal Studios Japan will be the first park to get the Super Nintendo World next spring, fans haven’t been deterred. In fact, they're combing through any sneak peeks that could give them insight into what the Universal Orlando park could look like.

Coaster Kings revealed the initial plans for Epic Universal last week on their Facebook page.

Tom Williams, Universal Parks & Resort Chairman and CEO, reported in September that the Japan park would offer food, merchandise, and the entire land would be interactive. A Super Mario Kart ride would be featured, as well as Yoshi and other Nintendo characters.

And guests would also have magnetic wristbands with a big red Mario symbol on it.

Alicia Stella, for Orlando ParkStops, discusses how new permits give us an idea of what the layout for Super Nintendo World at Epic Universe will look like.

While these are currently in the works for Japan, American fans can stay excited that Universal Orlando will see similar developments.

Universal’s new Epic Universe park will have multiple new themed lands, rides, hotels, and more.

It has been speculated that the new lands will be based on Nintendo, Universal's classic monsters, Harry Potter, and DreamWorks Animation-related properties.

While Nintendo World in Japan is set to open next spring, no dates have been confirmed for either this park or the Orlando one. 

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