Jurassic Park: Survival is an adventure game set one day after the original film

The trailer features all of your favorite dinos, and that John Williams theme.


Sorry Evolution fans, there’s a new Jurassic Park game in town. Saber Interactive and Universal just dropped a trailer for Jurassic Park: Survival at The Game Awards. This is an adventure game set on Isla Nublar just one day after the events of the original film. You play as InGen scientist Dr. Maya Joshi, who missed the last plane out of dodge. In other words, she’s stuck on an island full of hungry dinosaurs.

The single-player action-adventure has you hiding from all kinds of menacing species, and the publisher boasts that each dinosaur boasts its own set of “distinct and adaptive behaviors.” Obviously, with a name like Jurassic Park: Survival, staying alive will be the name of the game. There’s not much, after all, one person can do to hurt a rampaging T-rex. This looks to be a stealth-heavy nailbiter, but one with all of the familiar landmarks from the film. It even features that iconic John Williams theme.

There’s no release date yet, so we likely have a bit of time before we get our hands on this one. Jurassic Park: Survival launches on Xbox X/S, PlayStation 5 and PC. There’s just one final question on my mind. Will the player find the body of recently-deceased Dennis Nedry? The dude sucked, but he didn’t deserve that.