Less than three weeks before the event begins, Universal Orlando has unveiled the complete lineup for Halloween Horror Nights 31. 

In a break from recent years, the 2022 event will feature more haunted houses based on original Universal concepts than on established intellectual properties. The six newly-announced original houses are:

  • Spirits of the Coven
  • Bugs: Eaten Alive
  • Fiesta de Chupacabras
  • Hellblock Horror
  • Dead Man’s Pier: Winter’s Wake
  • Descendants of Destruction

These six join the four previously announced IP houses: Halloween, Universal Monsters: Legends Collide, The Horrors of Blumhouse and The Weeknd: After Hours Nightmare

Keeping with the emphasis on original concepts, all five scare zones revealed Tuesday are also Universal creations:

  • Horrors of Halloween
  • Scarecrow: Cursed Soil
  • Sweet Revenge
  • Graveyard: Deadly Unrest
  • Conjure the Dark

HHN 31 will also feature both a new stage show, “Halloween Nightmare Fuel Wildfire,” a sequel to last year’s “Halloween Nightmare Fuel” starring the Fuel Girls troupe. The Universal Studios Florida lagoon will play host to another HHN water projection show, “Ghoulish! A Halloween Tale.” Universal described the show in a press release as following “the Grim Reaper on the undertaking of what happens beyond the grave – all set to eerily-remixed music by some of today’s most iconic artists.”

As expected, the event will also include a HHN Tribute Store in the New York section of the park. Rooms in the store will be themed after a pumpkin patch, witch’s cottage and a cemetery, with the final room being set in a Halloween festival set in the same town as the store’s neighboring Sweet Revenge scare zone. 

Halloween Horror Nights 31 will kick off on Sept. 2 and run on select nights at Universal Studios Florida through Halloween.