ORLANDO, Fla. – Universal Orlando opened its new live-action stunt show “The Bourne Stuntacular” to the public Tuesday.
Officials said the fully immersive show features groundbreaking technology, including an immense LED screen, high-tech props, live performers executing extreme stunts and practical effects that will have guests feeling gusts of wind and the heat of explosive flames.
The show is located at the former Terminator 2: 3D attraction at Universal Studios.
Universal gave guests a sneak peak of the show Tuesday night on its YouTube channel.
Check out the clip below.
Guests visiting the park can find showtimes through the Universal Orlando app.
Officials said on Wednesday, for a limited time, Florida residents can buy a day ticket and get a second day free. The buy a day, get a 2nd day free offer begins as low as $119 per adult plus tax.
The company released a video showing guests the new CDC guidelines in place, which include required temperature checks and face coverings for guests and employees. Universal said to ensure proper social distancing, new procedures in its indoor theaters have been introduced. This includes appropriate spacing between travel parties, aggressive cleaning procedures and required face masks.
Leaders said these procedures will result in reduced show capacity and wait times that may be longer than usual to experience the show.