Tokyo Disney Resort announced that Buzz Lightyear’s Astro Blasters is slated for replacement. In its place, a new attraction themed around Disney‘s animated feature Wreck-It Ralph will be introduced. The existing ride will cease operations in October 2024 to facilitate this transformation.

Wreck-It Ralph ride rendering (Image: Disney)

The forthcoming ride will transport guests into the video game world of “Sugar Rush,” which is facing a perilous threat from the “Sugar Bug,” a creation of King Candy. Guests will work together with Ralph and Vanelope, embarking on a mission to return the bugs into the original, cute sweets, such as cookies and cakes.


This interactive shooting attraction is projected to open in 2026. Additionally, the adjacent Planet M store will undergo a conversion to become a Wreck-It Ralph-themed store.

Wreck-It Ralph-themed store rendering (Image: Disney)


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