Frontier Developments has announced that theme park sim Jurassic World Evolution is heading to Nintendo Switch. Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition includes all previously released DLCs, and will release November 3, for $59.99.

Jurassic World Evolution is a park sim from the developers of Planet Coaster and Planet Zoo, with the official Jurassic Park/World license. Players build exhibits, manage guests, and bioengineer dinosaurs through excavation and research. Dinosaurs can be given unique traits and appearances in the hopes of attracting more guests.

Over 60 dinosaurs are available, featuring advanced AI as they react to their surroundings, other dinosaurs, and maybe some guests if they break out. Several islands are available, with their own unique scenarios and challenges, as well as a sandbox mode.

The Complete Edition includes several smaller DLC packs that add new dinosaurs, such as the Herbivore pack and Cretaceous pack. The three larger DLC packs feature new islands and challenges, including the Return to Jurassic Park, featuring the original Isla Nublar and several actors reprising their iconic roles.

Jurassic World Evolution originally released in 2018 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The Complete Edition will be available on Switch on November 3. It’s rated T for Teen.

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