Jurassic World Evolution will be released on June 12, as announced by creators Frontier Developments today, March 29. The team as well released a new trailer, the system requirements, and even 45-minute gameplay, along with a new edition of the game.
Jurassic World Evolution Digital Deluxe Edition is the edition that will feature five extra dinosaurs: Archaeornithomimus, Crichtonsaurus, Majungasaurus, Styracosaurus, and Suchomimus. Every pre-order will receive exclusive skins for Ranger vehicles and helicopters. This edition will cost $60, and its standard counterpart has a tag of $55.
The standard edition will cover more than 30 species of extinct reptiles, and the developers promise that those would be the ‘best dinosaurs you’ve ever seen.’ There will be sections like park management on many islands, and with different choices over departments like safety, discovery, making money, and so on. Storms, breakouts, power outages, and espionage will be obstacles for gamers to handle. The narrator in the game will be the one and only Jeff Goldblum.
This edition will be launched digitally across PC, PS4, and Xbox One on June 12. July 3 will see an Xbox One and PS4 dedicated retail edition.
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