Ever since launch back in the summer of 2018, Jurassic World Evolution has been providing huge opportunities to those looking to combine park management with dinosaur evolution. Today though come details – and a launch date – for the next content add-on for the game, providing us with a Return to Jurassic Pack.
The premium DLC set will hit Jurassic World Evolution on Xbox One, PS4 and PC come December 10th 2019, dropping new DLC content that features iconic film locations, dinosaurs, attractions and missions, all inspired by the original 1993 Jurassic Park film.
With voice performances from the original cast, Frontier Developments have worked with Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, Universal Games and Digital Platforms, to provide the content for those already at one with the brilliance of Jurassic World Evolution.
Set following the events of Jurassic Park, set in 1993, and Return to Jurassic Pack features park designs, dinosaurs and characters from the original film. In the game, players will be able to go back to Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna to rebuild beloved locations on the islands. With seven new story missions featuring characters voiced by the original cast, including Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), players will be challenged to repair and restore the destroyed park and open its iconic gates to the public.
The pack will also feature Jurassic Park-inspired attractions including the classic Main Gates and Park Tour, as well as legacy skin variants, such as the 1993 Tyrannosaurus rex, Velociraptor and more. Additionally, fans will be able to replay all existing Jurassic World Evolution challenge and sandbox levels with a 1993-inspired overlay and inventory.
Further to that and new dinosaurs such as the Compsognathus and Pteranodon will also be introduced in the pack.
Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park will launch come December 10th alongside a free content update for those who have already picked up the game from the Xbox Store (or other digital offerings), which includes changes to the ranger interactions with dinosaurs, guest toilet needs, and general fixes and tweaks for one of the top-selling simulation games of the year. Costing £15.99, it promises to provide plenty of reason for gamers to head back to Jurassic World Evolution.
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