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Six Flags over Georgia introduces new virtual roller coaster

The park will introduce a ground-breaking new experience called the New Revolution Virtual Reality Coaster. (Courtesy: Six Flag of Georgia) The park will introduce a ground-breaking new experience called the New Revolution Virtual Reality Coaster. (Courtesy: Six Flag of Georgia)
Our own Andrew McDevitt and Brittany Wooden got the chance to be one of the first people to go for a ride live on News Leader 9 Morning. Our own Andrew McDevitt and Brittany Wooden got the chance to be one of the first people to go for a ride live on News Leader 9 Morning.
The new coaster will be open to season pass holders and members on Mar. 12 and 13. (Source: Six Flags over Georgia) The new coaster will be open to season pass holders and members on Mar. 12 and 13. (Source: Six Flags over Georgia)

ATLANTA (WTVM) – Roller coaster dare devils have something else to scream about when they go to Six Flags over Georgia.

The park will introduce a ground-breaking new experience called the New Revolution Virtual Reality Coaster. This is the first dedicated virtual reality roller coaster in North America.

Our own Andrew McDevitt and Brittany Wooden got the chance to be one of the first people to go for a ride live on News Leader 9 Morning.

The new coaster will be open to season pass holders and members on Mar. 12 and 13. Regular guests will get the chance to ride on Mar. 19 for a limited time only. Click here for more information.

Mobile users: Click here to view a slideshow of the new roller coaster. 

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