Jurassic World Evolution – Return to Jurassic Park : trailer

Après avoir il y a quelques temps patché le jeu en version 1.10, et y avoir ajouté un lot de trois nouveaux dinos herbivores, voir cette annonce, Frontier Developments a dévoilé cette semaine une prochaine septième extension pour ce simulateur de parcs animaliers préhistoriques. Add-on qui vous proposera de retrouver le contexte du film du début des années 90, sur l’île où donc tout commença. Probablement un clin d’oeil amusant en perspective pour les nostalgiques ou les curieux, voire un petit DLC éventuellement intéressant pour varier un peu le contexte du jeu.

Pour plus d’informations sur Jurassic World Evolution : Return to Jurassic Park, dont la sortie est prévue le 10 décembre prochain, voyez le site officiel ou cette fiche sur Steam.



Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park Coming 10 December

Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park allows you to revisit some of the iconic islands from the film in an all new, captivating storyline delivered by the original cast. Join Dr. Ian Malcolm, Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler, as you return, reclaim and rebuild the beloved locations of Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna, and open the gates of Jurassic Park to the public for the first time in history.

Complete with a whole range of new buildings like the Visitor Centre and Aviary, as well as a plethora of classic dinosaur skins including the 93′ T. rex and Velociraptor, this exciting new expansion is sure to bring back fond memories for any Jurassic Park Fan; especially with two new highly anticipated dinosaurs coming as well:

These dinosaurs lived in the Late Jurassic in what is now Europe. Weighing between 0.83 and 3.5kg, Compsognathus would have relied on its quick reactions and high speed and manoeuvrability in order to catch its prey, which – unlike other dinosaurs – is well known due to fossil evidence of small lizards found in the stomachs of both known specimens.

A genus of late Cretaceous pterosaur, flying reptiles that – while not dinosaurs themselves – share the clade Avemetatarsalia with dinosaurs. The name is derived from Greek meaning “wing without tooth”. With wingspans over 7 metres, these reptiles would have been extremely light and delicate in order to be able to fly.

Alongside this hugely exciting content pack is a brand new free update with some features that have been highly requested from the community! We’ll be sharing more information about both the free update and Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park every week until the launch. So keep an eye out on all of our social channels, and buckle up for an awesome few weeks!

Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park is coming 10 December on Steam, Playstation 4 and Xbox One for £15.99/€19.99/$19.99 (prices may vary depending on platform and region, you will need to own the base game to play the new content).