Going to Walt Disney World will certainly be different when we return in July. We previously reported on many of the changes to expect, such as which attractions will be open. Now a new source is indicating that we won’t be seeing either single rider lines or virtual queues when the Disney theme parks reopen.
An online journalist, Scott Gustin, shared the following news on Twitter. It’s being reported that both virtual queues and single rider lines won’t be used when the Walt Disney World theme parks reopen.
NEW: Disney has told Cast Members there will be no virtual queues used for attractions when parks reopen. This includes Rise of the Resistance. Single rider lines will also not be utilized.
This information has not been posted online (yet) but Cast Members have been informed.
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) June 20, 2020
It’ll will be interesting to see first-hand what this development means for attractions such as Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance. The Hollywood Studios attraction was quite popular with Disney World guests after it opened in December. Those hoping to ride the latest Star Wars attraction would have to go arrive early at the theme park to obtain boarding passes for the virtual queue. But with no virtual queues or single rider lines, it seems guests will now have to wait in line for Rise of the Resistance.
Both Magic Kingdom and Disney’s Animal Kingdom open to the public on July 11, 2020. Then both Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios open to guests on July 15, 2020. We’ll report coverage of our experiences when we return to the Disney Parks.
Source: Scott Gustin Twitter
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