Frontier Developments is releasing Jurassic World Evolution on Switch as a “Complete Edition” on November 3. This package consists of the core video game, the DLC standalone experiences (Return to Jurassic Park and Claire’s Sanctuary), and The Secrets of Dr. Wu DLC mission that includes wild dinosaur hybrids. All of the add-on dino packs and skin versions are likewise consisted of. Basically, whatever you can get your hands on in the PC and console variations is here, and everything looks rather excellent working on the Switch.
In a 40-minute demonstration I saw, the dino textures look a little muddied and some trees appear as you fly over the park, however otherwise it appears like it runs rather smooth, permitting gamers to construct the dino parks of their dreams. The one huge modification is that gamers can just have 100 dinosaurs in a park simultaneously. Given the size of the maps, you likely will never ever strike this unless you are playing around in sandbox mode, however it is the one gameplay distinction that you’ll see when you are playing either on the go or on a TELEVISION. The typeface size is the exact same (and is stated to be understandable in portable mode) and the load times seemed clocking in around the exact same length as the console variations.
A Frontier representative would not expose if more material is on the method for the video game, both on the Switch and the other platforms, however did state that if something were included at a later date – even a bug-fix spot – it would reach the Switch variation on the exact same day.
I delighted in the hell out of Jurassic Park Evolution, and aspire to see how it holds up in Switch’s portable mode. You can see it in action in the video above.
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