Jurassic World Evolution Covers Working with the Dinosaurs in Latest Video

Frontier Development's latest developer diary video for Jurassic World Evolution wants to show you what it's like to work with the dinosaurs that you create, raise, train, and hopefully, don't die from in the game. We have the full video description to go along with it as they basically show you that you can't run a park full of dinosaurs and not have issues. These are living, breathing creatures on your island and they come with more problems than a broken Taft in the Hall of Presidents.

Our third Jurassic World Evolution Development Diary is all about the stars of the game: the dinosaurs. It's up to you which dinosaurs you choose to inhabit your parks with. Some missions and contracts might point you towards researching certain genomes; you do this by sending teams to dig sites to find fossils, in which you can find dinosaur DNA to let you create viable genomes. All dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution are driven by behaviour and can be lethal to guests, so always keep your eyes on their statistics to ensure a safe and fun guest experience. Jurassic World Evolution is Coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in Summer 2018. Build your own Jurassic World, bioengineer new dinosaur breeds, and construct attractions, containment, and research facilities. Every choice leads to a different path and spectacular challenges arise when 'life finds a way.'

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