Add another game to the list of titles making the trek over to the Nintendo Switch, this time it’s Lego Jurassic World.
Lego Jurassic World originally launched back in 2015 for the PS4 and Xbox One, but will finally make its way over to Nintendo’s newest console. The game recreates moments from Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Jurassic Park III, and Jurassic World all in adorable Lego form. Check out the announcement trailer below.
Fans of the long-running Lego games should know what to expect including being able to play as classic characters from the franchise, such as Dr. Ian Malcolm, and play through 20 levels. Lego Jurassic World also features a dinosaur creator mode if fans aren’t so preoccupied with whether or not they could. Additionally, this port will bundle in the three pieces of DLC launched giving players access to a dozen new characters and a batch of new vehicles.
The press release also notes that Lego Jurassic World will be playable in both TV mode and Handheld mode on the Switch, and with a September 17th release date, this could be a good choice to pick up alongside the upcoming Switch Lite.
This isn’t the only Lego game coming to the Switch. Announced at E3, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will debut in 2020 and package together with a story spanning each of the 9 movies in the main Star Wars saga.
As for the film series, we thought Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was horrible. According to our review of the film, it featured menacing dinosaurs, but just too many plot holes. You can read the rest of our review here.
In other dinosaur news, the classic Turok 2: Seeds of Evil will make its way to the Switch on August 9th. This comes a few months after the first Turok game already launched on the Switch. Fans of dinosaurs should seriously consider owning the console.
Lego Jurassic World will launch on September 17, 2019. Are you excited for all the dinosaur madness? Let us know in the comments below.
Brandon is a Journalism student at the University of Nevada, Reno. He loves all games, but don’t get him started on Kingdom Hearts. He wishes every console had a handle like the GameCube.