Originally scheduled to open in 2020, the Aquaman: Power Wave coaster at Six Flags Over Texas has been delayed for a third time.

The first delay of this Mack Rides launched water coaster was due to the COVID-19 pandemic, pushing its opening to 2021. The second delay, to 2022, was to allow the park to add a turntable station, allowing a second ride vehicle to load passengers while another is on the track. 

Six Flags Over Texas did not give any explanation for what’s behind this most recent delay. 

Once it does open, the coaster will be the first of its kind in the U.S. Riders will experience a forwards and two backwards launches up two vertical spikes. When the coaster is sent up the spike backwards a second time, a splashdown pool will fill with water in approximately six seconds to give the ride a soaking wet finale. 

Here’s how it works on the first Power Splash coaster, Walibi Belgium’s Pulsar:

Aquaman: Power Wave will be the 14th coaster at the original Six Flags park, and its first since the Joker FreeSpin coaster opened in 2017.