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Jurassic World Evolution 2 expands on the original in a very big way, with a campaign that follows the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom as you take on the role of the DFW (Department of Fish and Wildlife) across diverse U.S. locales. But, the cooler bit looks to be the Chaos Theory mode. A string of 'what if' scenarios that include the ability to take a crack at running John Hammond’s Jurassic Park -- as seen in the iconic first film.

Plus the ability to showcase a T. rex in a San Diego Amphitheatre as per that film's sequel, or building and running the first Jurassic World theme park. With all of that dino-goodness it's no wonder this sequel features a tonne of new environments, customisation option, and of course - dinosaurs.

Following the roaring success of Jurassic World Evolution, the stunning sequel offers players an original Campaign mode, expanded construction options, over 75 dinosaurs and pre-historic species including flying and marine reptiles, more customisation choices, and the all-new Chaos Theory mode in which they can play through ’what if’ scenarios from the Jurassic World Franchise.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 is out November 9 for Xbox, PlayStation, and PC.

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