New Jurassic World Evolution 2 video shows the battle and chaos theory mode

Dinosaurs roam freely in the wilderness of the United States, and the government has signed a contract with you to help contain them. In the new five-minute video of Jurassic World Evolution 2, Frontier Developments shows us how this concept works in campaign mode.

You work with the government’s fish and wildlife department and familiar roles in the Jurassic World universe, such as Ian Malcolm (played again by actor Jeff Goblen, I recently talked to him about replaying his role). Claire Dearing and Owen Grady are also back, but we still don’t know who will voice them in the game.

The campaign mode avoids theme park construction, but instead focuses on tracking dinosaurs and figuring out how to deal with their behavior. Every dinosaur faces different challenges, and so does their environment. This habitat may produce new injuries and diseases that have not been explored in this game series.

The place you visit is much larger than the standard Jurassic World Evolution map, and it flows more like Claire’s Refuge DLC map in the game. This means you will spend more time tracking the dinosaurs on the vehicle and researching the area.

Frontier also gave us a look at new chaos theory models, including the San Diego Jurassic Park theme park teasing that never appeared in the movie.

Jurassic World Evol Danution 2 Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC will be released on November 9.