I went to a theme park recently. Yes, it had nice polish and scripted events, but you could consume all the content in a hardcore day or two, even with the lines they had around the ride spawns to stretch it out. Lots of downtime. They add like one or two new rides per year, so I probably won’t resubscribe unless I feel like grinding that rollercoaster.
There was a literal line on the ground guiding you around the park, mindlessly from ride to ride, and almost all the rides were non-interactive, just watching it happen. The most meaningful decision I made was which seat to pick; it does not even matter if you ignored the line and rode the rides in any order. I appreciated that lack of gating, but most rides had forced grouping. I initially resented the randomized player-matching system for those groups, but I never had PUG problems.
The business model was unfortunate. There was no client to download, just a short-term subscription, but everything beyond the rides and bathrooms was part of the cash shop, including all the mini-games and (get this) all the loot, although it was mostly cosmetic gear. Even basic food was in the cash shop, and there were literal vending machines for energy potions.
I went to complain about that on the boards, but I could not find the log in.