Black Paneling Added to Super Nintendo World Structures at Universal Studios Hollywood

It’s been a month since we took a good look at the construction of Super Nintendo World in Universal Studios Hollywood. While it’s hard to see little changes at the construction site, we can see major updates.

Super Nintendo World is visible from the escalators between the Upper Lot and Lower Lot.

During our last update, we noted that most of the structures of the land had been covered with weather-resistant purple sheathing and then a layer of blue paneling. They are now covered in black paneling.

Some blue paneling still peeks through in various sections.

There is now a flat pyramid shape atop the tower, which is the tallest point of the land.

We saw crew members working on scaffolding.

Some brown tarps hang over a few areas, blocking the view but also protecting workers from the sun.

One crew member was atop a new structure in the right corner of the land, among the green hills.

Guests will enter Super Nintendo World through a tunnel near Transformers: The Ride 3-D.

Are you excited to visit Super Nintendo World? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. My almost 11yr old cant wait, but we are wondering when its projected finish date is.. anyone know?

  2. We are Avid USH guests…
    We are so looking forward to this! Our Daughter Haylee is Super Stoked to visit Super Nintendo World!

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