When Avengers Campus opens tomorrow, June 4 at Disney California Adventure park, you will have the opportunity to live out your Super Hero dreams! You will discover what it’s like to sling webs and have super powers on WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure. Today we’re giving you a closer look inside this action-packed attraction:
At the Worldwide Engineering Brigade – also known as WEB – Tony Stark has assembled young engineers who specialize in developing innovative technologies to equip and empower a new generation of Super Heroes. This workshop showcases the inventions of Peter Parker and the rest of the WEB Tech team, including Spider-Bots, which are designed to be robotic sidekicks capable of building anything a Super Hero might need.
However, when Peter’s demonstration goes awry, the Spider-Bots are stuck in a replication loop, creating even more Spider-Bots.
Donning 3D glasses, your mission will be to test-drive the aspiring inventor’s latest invention, the WEB Slinger vehicle, and put your web-slinging skills to the test! Through specially designed, innovative technology that recognizes body movements and gestures, you will reach out your hands and sling webs from your wrists, just like Spider-Man.
As the WEB Slinger vehicles progress, you will virtually pass through several other Campus addresses, including Pym Test Kitchen, Avengers Headquarters and the Collector’s Fortress, also home to Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! As the mission continues, Spider-Bots will become harder and harder to beat as they continue to multiply.
While everyone will be able to sling webs on the attraction, for the first time ever on a Disney Parks attraction, you’ll be able to customize your experience with new WEB Tech accessories. When you gear up, you’ll be able to find your OWN powers and get a different experience aboard the attraction.
WEB SLINGERS: A Spider-Man Adventure – the first Disney ride-through attraction to feature this iconic Super Hero – is just one of the many addresses found inside Avengers Campus.