Revealed during The Game Awards 2023 on December 7, the game debuted alongside a brand-new CGI trailer, as well as showcased a sneak peek at some first-person action.
Jurassic Park: Survival's story takes place after the events of the iconic 1993 Jurassic Park film on Isla Nublar and of course, there are dinosaurs. From the footage, it seems that players will need to use stealth to carefully avoid the predators
"Survive thrilling first-person action as InGen scientist Dr. Maya Joshi, who was unable to evacuate Isla Nublar, in this single-player action-adventure game and discover a never-before-told story," the game description reads.
"Through thrilling encounters, experience the wonder and danger of dinosaurs, each with their own distinct and adaptive behaviors brought to life by John Hammond’s vision."
It's an intriguing setup with the game's website promising an excellent realization of Isla Nublar to be at the very core of what the game offers, and as well as dinosaurs and wildlife stalking the island to contend with, there will also be other "surprising threats" as the island "comes alive like never before".
Mirroring some moments from movies in the long-running series, you'll have to not only simply outrun these prehistoric beasts, but also rely on your wits to outsmart them "using your ingenuity through distraction and stealth to navigate intense and unforgettable encounters." Aiding you on the way will be the island's resources and you'll have to use those at your disposal smartly to ensure you survive - and don't get eaten.
An official release date has yet to be announced, so long-term Jurassic Park fans will have to wait a little bit longer before getting the survival game that many have been waiting about 30 years for.
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