The Epic Games Store is closing its Christmas operation with a final free title. After Alien: Isolation, Cities Skylines, Metro 2033: Redux or Torchlight 2, players can get their hands on the excellent Jurassic World Evolution, a management game where you must take control of a ‘dinosaur park’. ”.
You know the song. We meet every day for the new game to be offered by the Epic Games Store in late 2020. Indeed, the gaming platform has decided to spoil its users by offering one AAA game per day for 15 days. There was something for everyone: FPS with a sweet vibe with Metro 2033: Redux, space survival with Alien: Isolation, straightforward management with Cities Skylines or even hacking an old-fashioned slash with Torchlight 2.
And to end this operation and the year 2020 in style, the Epic Games Store has decided to mark the occasion with a game adapted from a famous and mythical license: Jurassic World Evolution. If it is true that the video game adaptations of the Steven Spielberg saga have never been very happy in the past, it must be said that the title developed by Frontier Developments is not satisfied with simply surfing the license, quite the contrary.
This is my Jurassic Park to me
In this management game you are invited to take control of a dinosaur amusement park. Only this premise will make you want, right? Assisted by Jeff Goldblum personally, aka the hilarious Doctor Ian Malcom, you will have to accomplish a variety of goals to develop your park’s activity, stock your enclosures with velociraptors, triceratops, T-Rex and other prehistoric reptiles, and the happiness of the dinosaurs and the survival of your customers.
Because yes, an accident can quickly happen at Jurassic World Evolution: a thunderstorm, for example, can disrupt your electrical installations, with all the disastrous consequences that entails. Let’s say a T-Rex devouring your customers doesn’t look good. In these situations, decisions will have to be made quickly to limit the damage.
As a reminder, you can get Jurassic World Evolution for free on the Epic Games Store until January 7, 2021 at 5pm. Indeed, the platform has decided to leave the game available to players for a week. A nice gesture to start 2021 under the best auspices.