BREAKING: Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind Has Begun Early Ride Testing at EPCOT

Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind has begun early ride testing as it continues to progress on track toward a summer 2022 opening at EPCOT.

Walt Disney World President Jeff Vahle reported participating in one such early test ride in an Instagram post today:

“After getting an update on the latest progress and an early test ride on Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, I have three words: it is AWESOME!!! Thank you to the teams at Walt Disney Imagineering and Walt Disney World who are bringing this amazing attraction to life. I’m looking forward to seeing the finishing touches over the next several months and can’t wait for you to get a look when it opens at EPCOT next summer as part of the park’s transformation!”

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This indicates that the preliminary safety tests have been completed if they have moved on to ride tests with people on board. However, we aren’t likely to see Cast Members or guests permitted to ride until closer to the opening date (which has yet to be announced).

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  1. it appears all the rides promised for “the most magical celebration” ever are going to be slowly rolled out. first guardians, then tron, then maybe the trains at manical kingdom, then moana. i suppose this makes good business sense. compared to the decisions of some rather typical chapek morons at wdw that said brightline, whose trains cannot even fit their platforms, relied upon to replace the magical express. while i live close enough, 16 hours drive, to still drive and skip the magical express, the people from europe are going to be in for a BIG surprise if they rent a car and try to drive the traffic around orlando/ wdw. interstate 4 is like a bingo machine. except it is cars rather than plastic balls bouncinig around.

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