In the Steam Store you can currently secure a popular simulation at an absolute top price. The sim hit Jurassic World Evolution 2 is currently reduced in price by a whopping 75 percent and makes every dinosaur fan’s heart beat faster.
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With Jurassic World Evolution 2, developer Frontier Developments 2021 has built on the popular predecessor and further refined the game concept of the dinosaur sim. Fans of exciting management simulations can the genre hit for less than 20 euros snap on steam.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 on sale on Steam
Jurassic World Evolution 2 gives you the chance to manage your very own park of prehistoric lizards. You have to Pay attention to the needs of the dinosaurs and design the enclosures with care and secure. You can also hire scientists for further experiments and of course you must not lose sight of your guests. The management simulation offers you four different game modes, a new campaign and lots of dinosaurs that you can get to know very well.
Check out the trailer for Jurassic World Evolution 2 here:
The Steam community has loved the dinosaur simulation since it was released – Jurassic World Evolution 2 is currently available with over 14,000 votes cast with a very positive rating there. You can now snag your simulation favorite at a bargain price until April 13, because the game will cost you until then on the PC platform only 14.99 euros instead of 59.99 euros – so you save 75 percent.
Steam charts: Dino simulation stalks the top 10
Thanks to the mega discount, Jurassic World Evolution 2 is currently working towards the top 10 of the Steam charts. But it is not enough for the big hit, at least not yet, because it is at the top of the bestseller list popular hits like Counter-Strike: GO, Resident Evil 4 and The Elder Scrolls Online cavort Surprising new releases can also be found high up in the charts – for example, a brand new survival game on Steam is causing a sensation.
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