Passholder previews for the new launch coaster begin on Jan. 30.
The coaster has a specific opening date after being delayed two years by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gaining access to these VIP previews will require passholders to visit SeaWorld parks at least three times before the end of 2021.
Both coasters were originally scheduled to open in 2020.
2021's new attraction lineup ranges from record-setting roller coasters to an immersive hotel experience.
Also delayed will be Emperor, Pantheon and Ice Breaker.
This could impact SeaWorld's two new coasters in Central Florida, Ice Breaker at SeaWorld Orlando and Iron Gwazi at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.
SeaWorld Orlando's next coaster will feature four launches, starting with a backwards launch up a 93-foot-tall spike, when it opens in spring 2020.
According to SeaWorld, the ride will feature four launches — the first launch coaster in the park — starting with a backwards launch up a 93-foot-tall spike at a 100-degree angle.