Jurassic World Evolution is Getting New DLC That Will Take You Back to Jurassic Park
Jurassic World Evolution is getting a major new DLC next month that will let players experience the nostalgia of Jurassic Park for thmselves.
With its release last year, Jurassic World Evolution brought players a brand new way to make the dinosaur-filled theme park of their dreams come to life (with hopefully minimal chaos in the process). Created by Elite: Dangerous maker Frontier Developments, the studio managed to create an immersive park builder inspired by one of the most beloved film franchises of all time, and now those looking to recapture the magic of the classic original film will be able to do so next month.
Frontier Developments has announced that a new DLC for Jurassic World Evolution will be coming on December 10 for $19.99, titled “Return to Jurassic Park.” As the name implies, the new DLC will allow players to create dinosaurs, locations, buildings, and more inspired by the first Jurassic Park film, and will take place on the islands of Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna that the first movie took place on.
In addition to this new content, the “Return to Jurassic Park” DLC will also feature new story missions featuring Drs. Alan Grant, Ellie Satler, and Ian Malcolm, who will all be voiced by their original actors Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum, respectively.
Given the love that so many have for the original film, it seems like a no brainer that Jurassic World Evolution would incorporate some of the iconic dinosaurs and other moments from the first film. However, from the DLC’s announcement trailer, it seems like the “Return to Jurassic Park” DLC will offer players of the simulation game a hefty new experience with tons of nods and references to the iconic blockbuster.
Jurassic World Evolution is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC and can be picked up on Amazon now, with the “Return to Jurassic Park” DLC coming on December 10, 2019. For a closer look at the upcoming DLC, you can check out the trailer below:
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