Frontier Developments has announced Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition for Switch. It’ll launch on Nintendo’s platform on 3rd November and is already available to pre-order from the eShop.
Unsurprisingly based on the hit franchise, the game expands upon the official Jurassic World films and puts players in charge of one of the loudest, coolest, dinosaur-est(?) tourist attractions found on the big screen. The original game, called Jurassic World Evolution, launched on PC, PS4 and Xbox One back in 2018.
So what makes the Switch version the ‘Complete Edition’? Well, this new release is coming packed with every piece of DLC released since launch. That includes all three major narrative expansions – Jurassic World Evolution: Return to Jurassic Park, Jurassic World Evolution: Claire’s Sanctuary, and Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wu – as well as four Dinosaur Packs and the Raptor Squad Skin Collection.
Here’s some PR:
Players can immerse themselves in every aspect of their very own Jurassic World as they take control of operations on the legendary Isla Nublar and the surrounding islands of the Muertes Archipelago. With the fate of the park at their fingertips, players can construct attractions, as well as containment and research facilities as they bioengineer new dinosaur species that think, feel and intelligently react to their environments.
Guided by key characters from the films, including Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), and Dr. Henry Wu (BD Wong), players can put their building and management skills to the test. With multiple ways to play, players can choose whether to control the big picture with deep, accessible management options or go hands-on to confront challenges on the ground or in the air in action-based gameplay. Every choice leads to a different path and spectacular challenges arise when “life finds a way.”
Excited for this one? Are you a fan of the films? If you’re interested in learning more ahead of its release, our friends over at Push Square reviewed the PS4 version with an 8/10 when it launched a couple of years back.