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Here’s the first in-game footage of the Jurassic World park sim

Welcome ... to Jurassic World Evolution

Frontier Developments’ dinosaur park management sim, Jurassic World Evolution, is coming to consoles and PC in the summer of 2018. Players will be able to run their own Jurassic Park, letting them bioengineer new dinosaur breeds and build attractions, containment facilities and research labs.

This weekend, the developer offered a first look at in-game footage from Jurassic World Evolution, giving aspiring John Hammonds a peek at its dinosaurs. It looks very nice, in terms of scenery and velociraptor animation.

For more on Jurassic World Evolution, check out the developer’s 18-minute presentation video from this weekend’s Frontier Expo.

Jurassic World Evolution should hit consoles and PC around the time the next movie, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, hits theaters. You can check out a batch of new screenshots, which are full of logos and juicy copyright details, in the gallery below.

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