If you’re looking to head to the zoo, but the ostrich enclosure isn’t quite exciting enough, then get ready to pick up Jurassic World Evolution: Comp[lete Edition on Nintendo Switch.
Out now, after initially dropping on PC back in 2018, and utterly stuffed full of sharp claws and scary teeth, Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition has just arrived on Nintendo’s hybrid on the go gaming platform. Bringing together every bit of Jurassic World Evolution available in the wild and cramming it into one title, Frontier Developments is preparing for fans of the prehistoric franchise to build the ultimate dinosaur park.
Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition builds on the success of the original release of this management title, with a wealth of additional extras. All the extra DLC provides a total of three major narrative expansions. Players can discover entirely new composite species in Jurassic World Evolution: The Secrets of Dr. Wu. This includes the Ankylodocus and spine-tingling Spinoraptor. The Claire’s Sanctuary DLC follows on from the events of the Fallen Kingdom movie, and some huge stars make an appearance as Drs. Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler, and Ian Malcolm arrive in the Return to Jurassic Park DLC.
Of course, there is more to Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition than DLC stories. Anybody with a passion for strategy games can construct a series of epic dinosaur parks across Las Cinco Muertes (The Five Deaths), a chain of five islands containing treacherous weather conditions and testing terrain worthy of its ominous name. If you’re lucky you’ll discover rare fossils and reconstitute them into fully grown dinosaurs, drawing in visitors from across the globe. You can also build and manage the ultimate park using the free for all sandbox mode, and a massive range of hungry predators that will likely love any potential visitors.
With a ton of content for £49.99/$59.99/€54.99, this looks like a huge game for fans of management sims. You can find out more about Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition over on the official Nintendo eShop Page now.