Well, that still looks cool, but it's closer to what we have at Disneyland Paris. Hope the boat ride will be superior, though! And please Disney, give us AA's. A lot of them. If you want to do a tribute to POTC and not include a ton of AA, you're doing it wrong.
Things change with concept art all the time. The stunt show probably still has a place in the land. I've heard of some pretty cool stuff they cooked up for it, so I don't think they'd toss it out. It will probably be built later on after the park opens. Also, with the art they released today, remember its a drawing. They could be covering up stuff that wasn't announced, or spots for future expansion. By stretching the show buildings and manipulating the drawing they can hide what ever they want.
Well, that still looks cool, but it's closer to what we have at Disneyland Paris. Hope the boat ride will be superior, though! And please Disney, give us AA's. A lot of them. If you want to do a tribute to POTC and not include a ton of AA, you're doing it wrong. Top
I'd be happy with a Pirates on the same level as Paris version. Definitely the best of them IMO.
^Yep--parks rarely look exactly like their concept art. I wonder if the Shanghai ride will be anything like what they were toying with for Hong Kong Disney. As I recall, that was "Splash Mountain Meets POTC."
A Pirates of the Caribbean shooting dark ride could be cool.
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