It’s that time of year again, as Six Flags this morning announced what they’re adding to every one of their parks.  This article will serve as the one point for all Six Flags announcements instead of having many different articles.

Six Flags Great America-Maxx Force

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Six Flags Great America will be adding Maxx Force, an absolutely massive 3 launch S&S coaster.  On Maxx Force, guests can expect to accelerate to 70 MPH in 2 seconds, and go through five inversions.

Six Flags Magic Mountain-West Coast Racers

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Six Flags Magic Mountain will be adding West Coast Racers as their record breaking 20th coaster.  West Coast Racers will actually be one long track, and riders will go two times around the track.  West Coast Racers is a one of a kind partnership with LA-based West Coast Customs, which will provide for some interesting theming opportunities.

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom-Batman the Ride

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Six Flags Discovery Kingdom has shocked and announced the park’s newest coaster, Batman the Ride!  This is a 4D coaster from S&S, becoming the 7th S&S 4D Free Spin at a Six Flags park.

Six Flags America-Firebird Coaster

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Six Flags America has announced that they will be adding floorless trains to the park’s Apocalypse the Ride.  This will make the third coaster from B&M with floorless trains, and now means that the two oldest B&Ms will both have floorless trains.  Firebird Coaster looks like a ride that can provide some extra hype for Six Flags America.

 

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