Xbox One park-builder Jurassic World Evolution gets new in-game footage

Xbox One park-builder Jurassic World Evolution gets new in-game footage

Xbox One park-builder Jurassic World Evolution gets new in-game footage

On October 7, Frontier hosted its first-ever Frontier Expo, bringing over 1,000 people from the Elite: Dangerous, Planet Coaster and Jurassic World Evolution communities together for one massive event at London's Olympic Park. Want to see how the dinosaurs look in the game then this trailer has an abundance of them - brachiosaurus, raptors, triceratops and of course the star of the show herself, the T-Rex.

A few months ago, Jurassic World Evolution was announced out of absolutely nowhere.

This trailer, which purports to deliver the "first in-game footage" for Evolution?

Although not the only focus of the stream, Frontier devs sat down and discussed more of what players can expect when Jurassic World Evolution comes out in the Summer of 2018. In addition to management and simulation, the game will also feature creature development. According to PC Gamer there will be three different paths to follow, including Entertainment, Security, and Science. The developers described a situation where there was a tropical storm that damages the park's infrastructure and has the dinosaurs in an uproar.

Is it looking promising, from what you've seen?

It's hilarious that movie goers got peeved when they found out that it was a trailer for a game and not a movie.

Jurassic World Evolution is now planned for a PC and console release next year.

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