Your completely relatable desire to unleash wave after wave of hungry Spinoraptors on legions of unsuspecting park visitors has made Jurassic World Evolution Frontier Developments’ most successful game launch to date. Good work all round.
Planet Coaster and Jurassic World Evolution, both released by Frontier, have both reached two million sales, but Jurassic World Evolution was only released seven months ago and is full of dinosaurs so it’s way more impressive. Sorry, Planet Coaster. Due to the success of these titles, and space-flight sim, Elite Dangerous, Frontier hit revenues of £64 million for the first half of its first financial year. Proving, once again, that adding dinosaurs is always a good idea. Always.
“We are very pleased with the success of Jurassic World Evolution,” said Frontier CEO, David Braben, speaking with gamesindustry.biz. “Elite Dangerous and Planet Coaster also continue to perform well, as our strategy of supporting, nurturing and enhancing each of our game franchises continues to deliver.”
Stay tuned for news of Frontier’s fourth game franchise in the coming months. Jurassic World Evolution is available to play on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Go manage you some Muttaburrasaurus. Yes, that’s a thing.