The following months since it’s debut, people have been buzzing about the new game ‘Jurassic World: Evolution’ as a surprise follow-up to Blue Tongue Entertainment’s 2002 simulator game ‘Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis’. In the words of Ian Malcolm, life has found a way as Jurassic World: Evolution’s release date has been set for June 12th, 2018. The game to release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, with the console versions getting physical release copies on July 3rd.
In the new game, based on the recent Jurassic World films, people will be able to make their own parks as well as attempt to keep them under control. Not only will people be able to make parks, but be able to play on five playable islands based on the Five Deaths. Including the original island, Isla Nublar, Isla Sorna from the Lost World: Jurassic Park and three new isles.
“They’re the main locations in the game,” leader designer Andrew Fletcher told PCGamer last year. “The cool thing about having multiple islands is that they have different characteristics and will throw different challenges at you. Each one represents a clean slate too. Every time you expand your empire, your operation strength increases and you get access to more resources, more dinosaurs. This means you can approach each new island in a new way.”
Jurassic World: Evolution will bring park-building to a new level on June 12th, 2018. Pre-order now on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.