Jeff Goldblum Will Voice Ian Malcolm In Jurassic World Evolution

Jeff Goldblum Reprises His Role As Dr. Ian Malcolm For Jurassic World Evolution Sirus Gaming

Jeff Goldblum Reprises His Role As Dr. Ian Malcolm For Jurassic World Evolution Sirus Gaming

Universal, in partnership with Frontier Developments, have announced Jeff Goldblum will return to the role of Dr. Ian Malcolm for the upcoming video game, Jurassic World Evolution.

Unlike other Jurassic Park video games from over the years that took a side-scrolling action or first-person shooter approach to the material, the upcoming game is a theme park simulator with a prehistoric twist. Jeff first appeared as Dr. Ian Malcolm in 1993's Jurassic Park and will reprise his role as the iconic character when Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom arrives in theaters in June 2018.

Although there wasn't too much information about Jurassic World Evolution yet, the game will be coming to the Xbox One but will not be exclusive, and will also be available on the PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam.

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This is the latest entry in the Jurassic Park games series, with another title, Jurassic World Alive, allowing players interact with and collect dinosaurs in the world around them, similar to Pokémon Go. The game, which follows in the footsteps of Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis by letting players create their very own dinosaur theme park, will feature Goldblum's voiceover talents as its in-game guide. It gets ten Goldblums out of a possible ten Goldblums. "That's my highest rating".

It already has the Goldblum seal of approval.

If you aren't familiar with Frontier Development's Elite Dangerous, think of it as the ultimate space sim. Throwing dinosaurs into the equation should surely spell even more success, though we'll have to wait until the game's release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One this summer to see if it lives up to expectations.

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