Transformers: The Ride 3-D Coming to Universal Orlando

Prepare for Battle

Are you prepared for the battle that is coming to Universal Studios Orlando?

As announced last week Transformers: The Ride 3-D will be opening at Universal Studios Orlando on June 20. This attraction is sure to be a huge hit among Transformers fans and will certainly bring large crowds to Universal Studios this summer. Transformers 3-D will be located in the Production Central area of the park near Shrek and Despicable Me.

The Decepticons, lead by the ruthless Megatron, have brought a war to Orlando as they try to take possession of the All Spark and enslave humanity. As a N.E.S.T. recruit you will  jump into this intense 3-D simulator experience and join the new Transformer EVAC, Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, and the other Autobots to defeat Megatron and his Decepticon forces. The attraction itself is made up of  3-D projection and motion simulation (much like many of the other attractions at Universal Studios). The height restriction for riders is 40 inches or taller. Universal Studios has not confirmed yet if Express Passes will be offered for this attraction, we may see it added in the future but not when it first opens.

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Until the ride opens to the public on June 20 you are still able to participate in meet and greets with various Transformers such as Megatron and Optimus Prime outside of the N.E.S.T building.  If you are planning a Universal Studios trip before the ride opens you can still pick up great Transformers  merchandise inside the Supply Vault. 

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66 thoughts on “Transformers: The Ride 3-D Coming to Universal Orlando

  1. Rats, we went last year and probably won’t go again, wish we could have done this then. Not too much to interest our group at Universal, rather spend the day in a Disney park.

  2. Too bad they didn’t get it at the same time as Universal Hollywood. My nephew would have thought he had died and gone to heaven if he could have done that when we were there this past Christmas.

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