Players will now be able to take an inside look into Walt’s “secret” apartment, according to Warren Spector.It appears that Warren Spector knows what he’s doing in the latest installment from Disney (Epic Mickey), and is adding in Walt’s “secret” apartment on top of the Main Street Fire Station. He used to live there during the times of Disneyland, and often helped open the park and watch the guests flood through the doors from that location. Plans for a suite in the Cinderella Castle in the newly designed “Florida Project” fell through when he passed away at the age of 65. What used to be a closed off area (with few exceptions), Walt’s Apartment is now being included in Epic Mickey, and Warren Spector said in a recent interview with The Orange County Register that he “figured it was the only way I would ever get a look inside Uncle Walt’s apartment”, and that “unlike the darker look that the rest of the game has, Disney’s apartment was treated differently, with special respect.” As for the rest of the game, the title will be staying true to the parks, by mashing up all 4 Haunted Mansions to create a unique experience, and even letting players take a look at the 1964 World’s Fair version of It’s A Small World.
For those of you unaware, Epic Mickey will be releasing on November 30th for the price of $49.99, and is looking out to be an excellent game.
Being the Disney fanatic I am, I’m freaking out over the addition of Walt’s Apartment, this is amazing!