Jurassic World Evolution official artwork without logo

While the details are still in short supply, Jurassic World Evolution appears to be a spiritual success to Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis. In gameplay terms this means you'll be able to not only create and maintain your very own Jurassic Park, but also bioengineer entirely new dinosaur species. In order to ensure your experiments don't eat half of the island's population you will need to construct a variety of containment and research facilities, as well as attractions necessary to fuel your endless pursuit for ever-larger dinosaurs.

The recently posted in-game trailer does not offer much in terms of gameplay details, but what it lacks in substance it makes up with sheer amounts of dinosaurs! So if you're interested in seeing what Jurassic World Evolution will look and sound like, you'll find the trailer right below. Have a gander:

Before you ask why the visuals appear so dated, its worth mentioning that Jurassic World Evolution is first and foremost a management game most similar to Planet Coaster, something that shouldn't come as much of a surprise when you consider its the same development team. So while the dinosaurs might not look particularly detailed up close, I'd imagine they're going to look pretty damn fantastic from a top-down point of view.

Whatever the case may be, I'm afraid we're going to have to wait for quite a while before we get our answers as Jurassic World Evolution will be coming to PC and consoles in summer of 2018. There isn't anything available right now, but if you would like to follow its development moving forward I would recommend going to the official website. As for now, I'm afraid all we can do is sit and wait.