Have you always wanted to build your own theme park filled with dinosaurs like we see in Jurassic Park movies? Frontier Developments released the hit Jurassic World Evolution in 2018, and a sequel will be released on November 9 that offers an even more immersive experience thanks to immersive storytelling, voice acting, and a laundry list of new features including flying and swimming dinosaurs! We’ve listed a number of reasons why you should really get started with Jurassic World Evolution 2.
On top of your own dinosaur park
Jurassic Park is world-famous for the movie series where scientists bring extinct reptiles back to life to keep them in a dinosaur zoo and show them to people. The movie ensures that things only go wrong and dinosaurs regularly escape their cages to harass visitors to the park. In fact, this is what you do in Jurassic Park Evolution, in short, you are building a park and trying to get more and more amazing dinosaurs for more visitors and therefore more income. You just have to make sure that you maintain the park well, otherwise in Jurassic World Evolution, reptiles can also escape and you have to catch them and bring them back to their enclosures.
New regions and genres
This game principle is preserved for the sequel, Jurassic World Evolution 2, but in a whole new world that Frontier has managed to create. A new story-based campaign has been developed featuring real voice actors who star in the film, such as Jeff Goldblum. The story takes you to new locations on Earth complete with new dinosaurs that have also been upgraded visually to look more authentic. Plus, there are more options to expand your garden and make it your own thanks to the updated customization options. In short, building on the solid foundation of the original 2018 release, there is now a bigger and better Jurassic World.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 takes place right after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, as a new park manager working with well-known characters from the movie series such as Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) and Claire Deering (Bryce Dallas Howard). As the head of the so-called Department of Fish and Wildlife, your goal is to control roaming dinosaurs in the United States, so you have access to brand new buildings where you can place different species.
your own interpretation
Not only are there new buildings to choose from, but you can now customize those with a handy tool that lets you shape buildings as well. On top of that, with the new “veterinarians”, called the game’s veterinary units, and scientists, you’ll have more to manage to keep your garden working optimally. Travel from densely forested regions to deserts and regions with more water to meet the challenge of any climate. Each of these different climates comes with its own set of climate-related challenges to overcome.
Players can choose how they start with Jurassic World Evolution 2. We already mentioned the story-based campaign, but players who want more of a challenge can play Challenge mode. There are some challenges for the player that he must see to overcome, and there is of course a Sandbox mode where players can start in a much more free way in the world of dinosaurs than Jurassic World Evolution 2.
The new game mode in the sequel is called “Chaos Theory” and it is basically a “what if” mode. That means experiencing moments from all five Jurassic Park and world blockbusters here. As a park manager, you will have to deal with sudden situations that may not turn out quite as you thought! In other words, in this mode, you get very close to the movies so loved by the fans, and as a player, you will have the opportunity to solve problems in your own way.
In short, Jurassic World Evolution 2 builds on the solid game principles of the original but adds a massive world with an immersive story that picks up after the latest movie in the series. Experience risky, beautiful and iconic moments in your own Jurassic Park on November 9th when Jurassic World Evolution 2 comes out.
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