Bryce Dallas Howard stars in new Jurassic World Evolution DLC campaign, Claire's Sanctuary - coming this month

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Bryce Dallas Howard stars in new Jurassic World Evolution DLC campaign, Claire's Sanctuary - coming this month

Frontier Developments has announced Jurassic World Evolution: Claire's Sanctuary, a brand new DLC campaign which loosely follows the plot of 2018's Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

The DLC will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 18th and stars Bryce Dallas Howard returning as Claire Dearing. Check out the trailer below.

Those familiar with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will notice that the Claire's Sanctuary DLC follows the same plot as the 2018 blockbuster, with Claire and the team trying to rescue all the good dinosaurs from volcano-threatened Isla Nublar. Players, alongside Claire Dearing, will then have to build a new home for the dinosaurs on Sanctuary Island.

Frontier promises that the DLC "expands the game with new missions, new dinosaurs, and an all-new Jurassic World Evolution story".

"Alongside the new campaign, Jurassic World Evolution: Claire’s Sanctuary introduces all-new structures, features and three new dinosaurs to Jurassic World Evolution– the Albertosaurus, Euoplocephalus and Ouranosaurus – bringing new challenges to players’ islands. New paleobotany features and a new Greenhouse facility let players research and develop extinct plant species for their dinosaurs’ feeders, and a new off-road truck ride tour for park visitors can be dispatched from its own new building".

"18 June will also see the launch of a free game update for all players, headlined by new creative options giving players total control over terrain types, rock and flora. The free update also introduces changes to Spinosauridae care, Pachycephalosauridae defense, and improvements to the Gyrosphere system, monorails and a selection of other quality-of-life improvements".

Jurassic World Evolution: Claire's Sanctuary launches on June 18th for £12.99 and requires the base game, Jurassic World Evolution, to play.

If you've got a hankering for rescuing dinosaurs and want to know if Jurassic World: Evolution is worth your time and money, check out our review.

I'd wager that this DLC will be a darn-sight better than the pretty woeful Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Frontier has previously announced that their next big project is another park building sim, Planet Zoo, it looks sensational and evokes the classic Zoo Tycoon games in ways that get me all nostalgic and teary-eyed.




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