Are you ready to design your very own Jurassic Park? Dying to see raptors, T-Rex, and various other dinosaurs running across open plains that you created? Well, you are in luck! Earlier today, Frontier Games announced that Jurassic World Evolution will have a digital release of June 12, 2018, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
According to Frontier’s press release, Jurassic World Evolution will only be available digitally with its initial release date in June. However, a physical release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One is scheduled shortly after on July 3, 2018.
As of today, pre-orders of the standard and deluxe editions of the game are officially live as well. Either way, those who pre-order either version will receive “unique platform-exclusive helicopter and ranger vehicle,” and the deluxe edition includes five additional dinosaur species.
Jurassic World Evolution will also feature a very familiar face. Jeff Goldblum will be reprising his role as Dr. Ian Malcom. Malcolm will continuously guide players through the game as they build their parks, bioengineer new species of dinosaurs, and much more. Goldblum himself rates Evolution as a “ten Goldblums out of a possible ten Goldblums. That’s my highest rating.”
Jurassic World Evolution is much more than just creating your own Jurassic Park. Players will develop and create their own parks and attractions while researching and engineering new species of dinosaurs. Depending on how you build your park — for science, entertainment, or security, there are multiple ways to play the game. With familiar faces and tons of Jurassic lore at your fingertips, fans of the series will find plenty to keep them busy!
Jurassic World Evolution is set to release digitally on June 12, 2018, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. This release is only ten days before the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom on June 22, 2018; it’s just the thing to get you in the dino state of mind!
Shelby loves all things horror and anything even remotely nerdy. She has been playing games for as long as she can remember, and one of her first memories of gaming comes from playing Super Mario World on the SNES with her aunt. She has a real passion for literature and the indie gaming community.