LEGO Jurassic World Is Now Available

Warner Bros, TT Games, The LEGO Group and Universal Partnerships & Licensing today announced that LEGO Jurassic World is now available on Valve’s distribution service, Steam.

Reimagined with TT Games’ signature LEGO humour, the thrilling adventure recreates unforgettable scenes and action sequences from the films, allowing fans to experience for themselves the franchise’s most memorable moments and the opportunity to fully explore the expansive grounds of Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna.

Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games, said:

“LEGO Jurassic World immerses fans directly into the action of the iconic film franchise. From playing as a dinosaur for the first time in a LEGO game, to creating customized dinosaurs, LEGO Jurassic World takes players on a memorable, T. rex-sized journey through Isla Nublar and beyond.”

In LEGO Jurassic World, players can take on the roles of exciting Jurassic film characters, such as Owen Grady (Chris Pratt), Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) and Dr. Wu (BD Wong), throughout 20 story levels on a mission to collect precious amber containing dinosaur DNA. Players can use the DNA to build their dino collection, mix their pieces to create an original species with the Dino Customizer by mixing and matching colour, body parts and abilities or fill the giant footsteps of the LEGO dinosaurs and actually play the game as the beasts themselves.

Additionally, gamers can explore the expansive open world grounds of Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna and play with family and friends using LEGO video games’ classic drop-in, drop-out co-op gameplay.

Enjoy!

LEGO Jurassic World Video Game Launch Trailer

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