The final part of Monday’s E3 extravaganza was the Future Games Show, a sponsored conference typically filled with indie titles and console-focused games. This year had its own range of eye-catching titles, including the New Zealand Dino Crisis spiritual successor, Instinction.
Instinction showed off more concept art and in-engine footage than we’d seen previously, giving everyone a better look at player models, some of the weapons and different dinosaur models.
Instinction was originally targeting a Q3 2022 release date, but the latest trailer didn’t mention a release date.
More details about Jurassic World Evolution 2 followed, with developer Rich Newbold explaining the game would have four modes including a campaign set after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Flying and marine reptiles are a new feature, and we also got a look at some of the pre-alpha, in-engine footage from Jurassic World Evolution 2‘s species guide videos.
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