Jeff Goldblum Narrates JURASSIC WORLD EVOLUTION 2 Trailer

How can you make sure players are paying attention to your announcement trailer? In the same way, you can get everyone to watch out for everything: make sure Jeff Goldblum is involved. Especially when you announce a new part in the Jurassic Park franchise. Because there is no better person to tell the world about Jurassic World Evolution 2 than Dr. Ian Malcolm. Especially when he's going to be a big part of the game.
The Jurassic Park alum tells the ... uh ... who, what do you call that? The ... ah, yes ..... announcement trailer for the successor to the management simulation game 2018. The sequel will give fans an opportunity to return to the amusement park, which has since fallen. It includes a "new storytelling campaign" set after Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. (With the island completely destroyed.) Frontier Developments says the game will also have new features and new dinosaurs, all "brought to life with intriguing realism". These include "deeper management tools and creative options, new buildings to build and customize, or practical shortcuts that make life easier".
While this trailer gives us an idea of ​​the graphics and tone of the game - which goes from calm and beautiful to terrifying in true Jurassic Park fashion - the official recap provides an introduction to the story and challenges that await us. From the game's website:
“Players will be leaving the Muertes Archipelago for the first time and building their own authentic Jurassic worlds in a variety of new environments, from dense forests to scorched deserts, to preserve and contain more than 75 prehistoric species. This includes brand new flight and marine reptiles brought to life with mesmerizing realism. They will exhibit brand new behaviors as they interact with each other, fight for supremacy, and respond intelligently to the world around them. "
A video game rendering of a man in a truck facing a cliff watching triceratops walk in a cloud of dust
Boundary developments
In the single player campaign, Dr. Ian Malcolm from Goldblum can be seen. So did Claire Dearing from Bryce Dallas Howards. In Fallen Kingdom, Dr. Malcolm taught the world from the dangers of dinosaurs. While Dearing worked to save the animals from an impending volcanic eruption. Both actors will also appear in Jurassic World: Dominion.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 will also feature a new Chaos Theory mode. Ah ... yes ... but of course. Chaos Theory Mode "offers a reinterpreted interpretation of key moments in the Jurassic World film franchise as players strive to make their own mark and change the course of events." For those who want to let their creativity run wild , the sandbox mode offers players everything they need to create their own “perfect park”. (It could be difficult to get "perfect". You know, when it falls apart and prehistoric monsters are on the run.) And Challenge Mode will test players to "rule the game".
Video game rendering of apatosaurus eating in a forest while pterodactyls fly in the distance
Boundary developments
We'll assume the Dinosaur Eats You mode is more of an implicit general level. And we'll find out when the game debuts in late 2021. You can get it for your PC, PS5, Xbox Series X | S, PS4, and Xbox One.
Whichever console or system you choose, one thing will be true: we want to hear more from Jeff Goldblum.
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