SeaWorld Orlando recently announced a “cool” new roller coaster coming to the park next year.

The announcement included a 20-second teaser video that said the ride will feature “plunging thrills” and “predatory heights.” Beyond the video, SeaWorld Orlando has used the hashtag #BreaktheIce when talking about the new coaster.

The video showed the viewer on a ride through a snowy mountain scape with deep dives and turns. It also said the ride would debut in 2020 but gave no actual date.

Last September, documents surfaced online that showed drawings for a new launch coaster that reached 55 miles per hour. A SeaWorld spokesperson confirmed the drawings were real and from a company presentation.

But even without the leak, the announcement comes as no surprise, as SeaWorld leaders have said their plan is to add a new ride or experience at each of the 12 parks across the country every year in hopes of increasing their attendance.

SeaWorld’s last roller coaster, Mako opened three years ago June 10, 2016. This will be the 6th coaster to take flight at SeaWorld Orlando

Stay tuned for more details on the new thrill ride coming in 2020. In the meantime, check out SeaWorld’s other new attraction, Sesame Street Land with discounted tickets right here on Best of Orlando.