It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for. Universal Studios revealed the details for the relaunch of the Incredible Hulk Coaster that has been closed for renovation. The refreshed coaster will have a whole new look when it opens this summer.

Did the park give it the rumored new layout, winged trains, and rubber vests? No, but the changes the Hulk did receive will be certain to make it an “incredible” ride once again.

The new ride entrance features a life-sized figure of Hulk holding up a piece of the original track.

Meet the new and improved Incredible Hulk Coaster, complete with fresh track, sleek trains, and extensive new theming. Even the ride’s storyline got an update.

General Thaddeus Ross is calling for volunteers for a new experiment. Your only warning is that you’ll be subjected to high levels of gamma radiation through a process called Hulk-a-fication – a potentially life-altering process first introduced by Dr. Bruce Banner.

The end result is said to give subjects magnificent strength and a forceful amount of energy. Will you emerge as the military’s next super soldier…or something else entirely?


The new queue is themed as “a state-of-the-art military research compound, commanded by General Ross.” Riders will pass through laboratories full of high-tech equipment and even the Gamma core, which “sends pulsing waves of radiation upward to fuel General Ross’s experiment.”

The new trains are equipped with an in-seat audio system that will play an original ride score created by Patrick Stump.

Finally, riders reach the station, where they’ll enter the Hulk’s sleek new trains and are launched by the Gamma accelerator at superhuman speed into the familiar (albeit smoother) layout over Marvel Super Hero Island.

Watch the video from Universal for all the details:

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