The general public opening of Super Nintendo World has been pushed back once again at Universal Studios Japan.
The destination was because of lastly open on 4th February, after a long hold-up from last summer season. Initially, it had been planned to release in time for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Things looked promising for a while: Japanese press were offered a tour back in November, and the parks website introduced, offering brand-new information just last week.
As Covid cases continue to rise once again in Japan, the Osaka region where the park lies has now been placed into a state of emergency.
” As an outcome of mindful factor to consider of the present situation from different aspects when issuing the State of Emergency to Osaka Prefecture on 13th January, the new area Super Nintendo World arranged for 4th February … will be postponed after the state of emergency situation is lifted, a note published to the parks website now states.
” We all the best apologise to all the stakeholders and visitors who are anticipating the opening. The opening date will be decided and announced after the state of emergency is lifted.”
As Osaka put into state of emergency.