Universal's Halloween Horror Nights 2018 Dead Exposure: Patient Zero House (Photo: Universal Orlando Resort Media)

Universal Orlando recently announced an original haunted house for Halloween Horror Nights 2018. This brings the list of already announced haunted houses up to three. While we still have four months until the start of HHN, here is what we know so far about the new haunted maze and everything else for this year’s event.

Dead Exposure: Patient Zero
The newest house released for Halloween Horror Nights is a fan-favorite from the park’s past. The original Dead Exposure house was easily one of the most terrifying the park has ever created. So naturally, Universal wants to bring back that same horror. The house will put you in the middle of Paris in 1982. The city lights have gone dark as chaos spreads. Hordes of flesh-eating undead are taking over the streets. But that’s not even the most terrifying thing. The military is offering vaccinations that make you go blind. Guests will walk through this house in pure darkness, unaware of the haunts that await them.

Stranger Things
Based on the Netflix supernatural thriller, the Stranger Things haunted house puts guests in the middle of Season 1 of the popular original series. The house recreates some of the most iconic scenes, 80’s settings, and most loved characters. You’ll follow the storyline beginning in Mirkwood before moving inside Hawkins National Laboratory, where things have gone terribly wrong. Along the way you’ll be haunted by a Demogorgon and you’ll even step inside the Upside Down.

Trick ‘r Treat
There will be rules at this year’s Halloween Horror Nights and if you fail to follow them, you’ll be in serious trouble. Based on the critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite horror film Trick ‘r Treat, the maze will transport guests to Warren Valley, Ohio on Halloween night to celebrate the holiday’s dark traditions. The maze will recreate some of the most terrifying scenes and encounter hauntingly familiar characters, like Sam, the spirit of Halloween, who is ready to punish all who break holiday tradition. Trick ‘r Treat was featured at last year’s scarefest as a maze. It was so loved that Universal will turn it into a haunting house.

Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights will run select nights September 14 through November 3. Stay tuned for more details on Orlando Fun Tickets.