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Design and manage a zoo in Frontier's next game, Planet Zoo (PC Gamer)

The next game from Frontier, creator of Elite Dangerous and Planet Coaster, is a zoo simulator. It makes sense, really. The developer has created zoo management games in the past, and it feels like a natural extension of the Planet series. But Planet Zoo it's a very different game from Planet Coaster, with a focus on caring for animals, ecology, and preservation over the immediate, gut-churning thrills of a theme park.


Planet Zoo is a wild, endearing hybrid of Jurassic World Evolution and Planet Coaster (PCGamesN)

Keeping in line with Frontier’s park game history, Planet Zoo is a hybrid of the studio’s previous games: Jurassic World Evolution and Planet Coaster. You’re tasked with designing and building a zoo, complete with animal enclosures and park necessities like cafes, souvenir stores, and food stands. Animal welfare is your number one priority and so keeping all the beasties safe and well fed is vital.


Planet Zoo will feature "the most realistic animals in any game" (Eurogamer)

It's a huge claim, but one that could actually be true. Frontier's working on another entry for the Planet franchise, and this time it's ditching coasters for critters. The developer seems determined to make this an authentic zoo management game with an unprecedented level of detail. So much, in fact, Frontier believes it's creating "the most authentic, most realistic animals in any game".

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Planet Zoo is a new sim from the makers of Planet Coaster. As you can probably guess, this time you're managing a zoo full of realistic animals. It's up to you to care for them, so don't be a monster. Planet Zoo launches on November 5


PC Gamer article: Planet Zoo release date and gameplay revealed at the PC Gaming Show


"You're not just seeing all the lovely, pretty animals," says senior artist Liesa Bauwens. You'll be doing research and learning about conservation, too. It's a modern zoo where you'll be able to educate yourself about the animals you're looking after. 


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