Scientists will now need to be recruited for extracting DNA from fossils and incubating dinosaurs, while training them and managing their stress levels will also be crucial.
Frontier Developments confirms that several improvements are being mode to returning modes such as Challenge and Sandbox.
The developers at Frontier Developments provide new details about the upcoming dinosaur park management game.
The developers also talk about other dynamic behaviours and interactions, such as smaller species forming packs to take on the bigger dinos.
"There's a lot more space available to build and place as many dinosaurs as possible," says game director Richard Newbold.
Frontier Developments offered a very quick look at the visuals. The park manager is out later this year for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5 and PC.
The game is set after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, and will see you leading efforts to control, conserve, and contain dinosaurs in the wild.
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The beloved park management simulator could be headed to Nintendo's hybrid.
The UI will be brought over as is, developer confirms.
The Nintendo Switch finds a way.
The console version will now be releasing in holiday 2020.
The expansion will allow players to explore planets on foot.
It will be livestreamed and feature new games, announcements and "never-before-seen gameplay".
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The beta takes place from September 24th to October 8th for pre-orders.