Kings Island may have one of the world's biggest coaster collections, but they're always looking to improve their lineup. New rumors suggest that the park may be planning a B&M Giga Coaster for 2017, which would stand nearly a hundred feet taller than their current biggest coaster, Diamondback.
While most parks have just announced their plans for 2016, many coaster enthusiasts are already predicting what's in store for 2017. Valleyfair, which hasn't gotten a big coaster since 2007, seems to be the next park due for an update.
Back in September, Universal Orlando announced that the Incredible Hulk Coaster at Islands of Adventure would be temporarily closing to return next summer with "new enhancements to its storyline, ride vehicles and overall experience."
Sorry, Cedar Point. Today, multiple media outlets received virtual reality goggles with a download to an app showing the park's new roller coaster. After managing to hack into the app, someone shared the images on the web, revealing the ride's name, logo, and layout.
With the recent opening of Rougarou, the park's newly-transformed floorless coaster, the refreshed Hotel Breakers, and various other updates at Cedar Point, roller coaster enthusiasts are already looking into what's in store for 2016.