Behaviour Interactive, with Universal Games an Digital Platforms, announced Jurassic World Primal Ops, an upcoming free-to-play mobile game where you rescue and tame dinosaurs.

In Primal Ops you play as a “battle-trained handler,” which means you know your way around guns and dinosaurs. At this point in the franchise, dinosaurs freely roam the world, causing lots of ecological problems. But the biggest are still humans and their pesky poaching and experimenting.

Players will travel around North America, gaining new dinosaur companions that fight by their side. I’m looking forward to a game that let’s me fight with dinosaurs rather than against them (though I’m sure there will be plenty of running and screaming involved).

“We’re extremely proud of Jurassic World Primal Ops, and we strongly believe players will love it. The game offers a new and unique mobile gameplay experience in the Jurassic World universe, and the twist on collecting dinosaurs provides a ton of varied gameplay,” said Jason Millena, senior creative director, Behaviour Interactive. “Since the inception of the Jurassic World franchise, we’ve been on a journey that evolves this fantastic relationship between dinosaurs and humans. It’s exciting to showcase how not only do they coexist peacefully, but how they can work together to save other dinosaurs.”

No release date was given other than “soon.” Jurassic World Dominion launches in theaters on June 10. Primal Ops will be free-to-play with in-app purchases on iOS an Android mobile devices.

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