So it will use VR goggles and also be projected on the screen at the same time?
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Always good to hear that they're improving capacity on these type attractions, but they're still such a hassle. I'm happy that Busch Gardens is excited about this ride and that it's a only a 42" requirement, but it's not going to be something that I'm going to visit. I will put on my sunglasses and look at the beautiful landscaping around the park instead!
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Cool, this might be something I enjoy more than the VR coasters, if I even get to Busch Gardens before it leaves. I didn't hate New Revolution, just ambivalent about the VR. This looks like it might be fun.
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