Jeff Goldblum to Reprise Jurassic Park Role in Jurassic World Evolution

Jurassic World game nabs Goldblum

Jurassic World game nabs Goldblum

Goldblum said in the announcement video: "I highly recommend it". Now, however, it might become a must-buy title for some, as Universal and Frontier Developments have announced that Jeff Goldblum will be reprising his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm for the upcoming game.

As seen in the brief video below, Goldblum teases his role in Jurassic World Evolution by stating, "I'm going to be with you the whole game, as Dr. Ian Malcolm - that's the character that I play in those Jurassic Park movies". Additionally, Goldblum tells us that this game gets "10 out of 10 Goldblums", and there really isn't a higher standard in gaming.

If you needed a reason to pick up Jurassic World Evolution other than rampaging dinosaurs, here it is folks.

Jurassic World Evolution appears to be shaping up nicely, with it being developed by Elite: Dangerous and Planet Coaster creator Frontier Developments.

Although there wasn't too much information about Jurassic World Evolution yet, the game will be coming to the Xbox One but will not be exclusive, and will also be available on the PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.

As Dr. Ian Malcolm, Goldblum will guide players through "moral choices and tactical decisions", as they attempt to run their very own Jurassic World.

Jurassic World Evolution stomps onto PC, Xbox One, and PS4 in mid-to-late 2018. So in it, the players will be in charge of operations on Isla Nublar. They will begin from scratch, bioengineering new breeds of dinosaurs and building systems to contain them. Leading stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return to the island to rescue the dinosaurs before a volcanic eruption threatens their extinction. Malcolm is a central character in both the original Jurassic Park and its sequel, The Lost World.

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