Last week the media and theme park giant announced it's third Florida project, joining Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure in Orlando. Tom Williams, chairman and chief executive officer for Universal Parks & Resorts, said Epic Universe will be “the most immersive and innovative theme park we have ever created.” The new project will sit on a 750-acre site southeast of Universal Studios. The project will also include a hotel, entertainment center, dining options and retail shops. While it has not been confirmed, renderings reveal four "lands" within the park. They have not release which characters will be represented in the new park. According to Conde Naste, it is predicted for Nintendo to play a role given their new partnership with Universal.