UPNT Weekly Recap: Super Nintendo World Has Been Delayed, Updated Face Mask Policies, Construction Updates, and More

WDWNT is thrilled to announce our epic expansion with the launch of Universal Parks News Today! Every week is a busy week when it comes to Universal Parks news. To help you keep up with all the updates coming out of Universal Orlando Resort and other Universal resorts around the world, here’s Universal Parks News Today’s weekly recap from June 22-28, 2020.

Universal Orlando Resort

The socially-distanced Scooby Gang were out to greet guests this week

Universal Studios Florida

The Magical Menagerie reopened this week

Universal’s Islands of Adventure

  • Take a look at the latest construction progress on the upcoming “Velocicoaster”, as even more track rises over Jurassic Park
Are you excited to ride the newest coaster through Jurassic Park?

Other Universal Orlando News

Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal CityWalk Hollywood

Universal Studios Hollywood CityWalk
We went on a tour of Universal CityWalk Hollywood

Universal Studios Japan

New Merchandise

This embossed pin and keychain feature vintage looks at attractions gone by
The new Universal Studios jean jacket

News Today

Don’t miss this week’s episode of News Today!

Yoshi Hatches as Universal Japan Jumps Closer to Super Nintendo World Opening – UPNT News Today 6/26

That’s all the Universal Parks news for this past week folks! Make sure you check back at the end of each week for our weekly recaps!

Want even more Universal Studios news? Check out our newest website, Universal Parks News Today, for all the latest updates on Universal Parks across the globe! And follow us on social via our YouTube channel, plus TwitterInstagram, and Facebook. 

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Kelvin
Kelvin
3 months ago

I thought this was a Disney website and Universal was going to get its own feed?

Tom Corless
Admin
3 months ago
Reply to  Kelvin

It will always be on this site at WDWNT.com, social media will completely split later this year. You can just click the stories you want to read :)