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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:17pm 13/06/19 | 2 Comments
Like a mix between the excellent Planet Coaster and the ambitious Jurassic World Evolution from last year. At E3 we got a new in-game trailer for Planet Zoo and everything looks wonderful, from the animals to the ability to create an enclosure right down to the smallest detail.

Check it out.

From the developers of Jurassic World Evolution (2018), Planet Coaster (2016) and Zoo Tycoon (2013) comes the ultimate zoo sim, featuring authentic living animals who think, feel and explore the world you create around them. Experience a globe-trotting campaign or let your imagination run wild in the freedom of Sandbox mode. Create unique habitats and vast landscapes, make big decisions and meaningful choices, and nurture your animals as you construct and manage the world’s wildest zoos. Build and manage a truly modern zoo where animal welfare and conservation comes first.

Pre-orders are open now via Steam, with the release date set for November 5. In terms of impressive E3 graphics we'd put this up there with Microsoft Flight Simulator in the photo-realistic wow stakes.

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Latest Comments
Posted 01:29pm 13/6/19
Looks purdy.

Hopefully someone mods it so you can have mythical/fantasy creatures.

Welcome to my Dragon Zoo, please do not put any limbs inside the cages.
Posted 01:34pm 13/6/19
That's an awesome idea! Come for the lions stay for the cyclops exhibit
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