Six years after its announcement, Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios Japan is finally poised for its official opening, meaning thoughts are increasingly turning to versions in the west; work continues apace on Super Nintendo World California, but a new report suggests the previously announced Orlando version is now unlikely to open until 2025, two years later than planned.
To date, Super Nintendo Worlds have been confirmed for Universal Studios in Japan, Singapore, Orlando, and California, and construction on the latter park, situated within Universal Studios Hollywood, began last August. InsideTheMagic has been charting its progress, if you're curious, with its latest update showing progress on theming and housing for Bowser's Castle and its Mario Kart ride.
Despite construction now seemingly well underway, Universal is yet to give any indication of when Super Nintendo World Hollywood will likely to be complete. It'll almost certainly be the first of the US parks to open, however, given a new report suggests work on the Orlando version, to be located in Universal's new Epic Universe park, is now two years behind schedule.