Although the experience does not even have a name as of yet, there are still some interesting details we can speculate over. In a photo posted to the official Horror Nights Twitter account, fans might spot a familiar silhouette in the concept art. That figure is undoubtedly Jack the Clown, Horror Nights’ unofficial mascot who debuted at Orlando’s 2000 event, with his reluctant sidekick Chance not too far behind. It’s not outside the realm of possibility that Jack will appear in this new Vegas experience, as he’s appeared in both Hollywood and Singapore’s events. Perhaps he’ll be presenting a new version of his famous Carnival of Carnage?
The fact that it will pull from Universal’s vast horror library also might raise some eyebrows. From the sounds of it, the Universal Classic Monsters are a shoo-in for an appearance — after all, the past few years of both the Hollywood and Orlando events have seen resurgences in mazes centered around figures like Dracula and The Mummy. The press release also specifically name-drops Jason Blum, so it’s fair to expect some Blumhouse representation.
However, we likely won’t know for certain until more details are released. There currently is no prospective opening date for this new experience.