Oh My Disney recently posted an article that gave more details into the upcoming attraction at Disney California Adventure, Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! It had already been released what the collector Taneleer Tivan’s fortress is going to look like, and that Rocket Raccoon will be taking guests on exciting ride to help break out the rest of the Guardians, and it was also known that there would be multiple ride experiences, but now we have even more details.
1) Easter Eggs Will be Included in the Attraction
The attraction’s queue will bring guests though Taneleer Tivan’s collection. His collection will include pieces from all across the Marvel Universe. There are already plans to have the collection change regularly. There will even be some easter eggs “that haven’t even been seen in films or TV yet, so they will slowly reveal themselves to us as the film and TV universe continues to expand!”
2) The Queue Will Play an Important Part in the Story of the Ride
Rocket Raccoon, one of the members of the Guardians of the Galaxy, has painted messages throughout the queue that will play an important part of the experience. So guests will have to be aware of Rocket’s messages when waiting in line.
3) The Attraction Will Still Cater To Those Who Haven’t Seen The Movie
Disney Imagineer Joe Rohde has stated: “I never assume a single guest coming through the door knows a thing.” So, with Rohde’s statement it can be assumed that even those who haven’t seen the film will still understand the storyline of the attraction. The intent of the Imagineers is to create something everyone will enjoy, even if you aren’t a huge fan of the Marvel movies.
4) Disney Wants the Cast Members to be part of the story
According to Oh My Disney, cast members will play a part in the storyline of the attraction. Details on how they will be integrated into the attraction haven’t been released.
5) Walt Disney Imagineers are already riding an early test version of the attraction
For this to be true, it could also be assumed that the ride system will remain the same.
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