For the fourth year in a row, The Walking Dead will be a part of the annual Halloween Horror Nights event at Universal Studios, the company announced on Thursday.
At both the Orlando, Florida, and the Hollywood, California, theme parks, guests will get to experience the plight of the show’s survivors as some of the most gruesome and horrifying events of Season Five are brought to life. Michael Aiello, director of creative development for Universal Orlando explained, “we will literally place our guests in the lead role as they escape hordes of walkers.”
Universal announced that the haunted experiences at the events will include recreations of Terminus and the loading dock of the Del Arno Food warehouse, and promise even more zombies than ever before!
Both locations will feature a haunted maze. According to the release issued by Universal Studios, at Universal Orlando, guests must escape “The Walking Dead: The Living and the Dead” maze – featuring a recreation of the flooded food bank where Bob’s fate was sealed. In this maze, visitors will “be surrounded by hundreds of gallons of water as flesh-hungry walkers attack.” On the west coast, guests will face “The Walking Dead: Wolves Not Far” maze – the “biggest, longest, most gruesome maze ever built at the West Coast destination…with twice as many, never-before-seen walkers.”
Halloween Horror Nights runs select nights from September 18 though November 1.
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