Dino-park management sim Jurassic World Evolution is getting a sequel later this year – Eurogamer.net

On Xbox, PlayStation, and PC.

Frontier Developments’ dinosaur-infused style park management sim Jurassic World Evolution is getting a sequel, and it’s pertaining to PlayStation, Xbox, and Steam later on this year.As in the original Jurassic World Evolution, which launched back in 2018, gamers will be charged with structure and keeping their own dinosaur theme park – setting out displays, tending to visitors needs, and, of course, ensuring the destinations do not eat the guests.

Moving far from Muertes Archipelago, Jurassic World Evolution 2 will let players develop parks across a diverse variety of brand-new environments – including thick forests and blistered deserts – using “much deeper management tools and creative choices”, including new building types.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 – Announcement Trailer.

The follow up will include 75 ancient types – such as the Nasutoceratops, plus new flying and marine reptiles – and there’s an “immersive” new narrative campaign set after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, with Jeff Goldblum and Bryce Dallas Howard reprising their movie functions of Dr. Ian Malcolm and Claire Dearing respectively.Players can also expect

brand-new modes, such as Chaos Theory- which uses a” reimagined take on turning points from the Jurassic World film franchise “-in addition to a self-explanatory Sandbox mode, and a brand-new Challenge mode.Jurassic World

Evolution 2 is scheduled to launch on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC toward the end of this year.

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