Jurassic World Primal Ops released on iOS and Android

Jurassic World Primal Ops released

While Jurassic World Dominion is still playing in cinemas, the studio Behaviour Interactive has just announced Jurassic World Primal Ops Release on Android and iOS. We take a look at our first impressions of this adventure game that plunges us into the universe of the famous franchise.

Jurassic World Primal Ops released less than a month after the film

As is often the case with the biggest blockbusters, Jurassic World Primal Ops release builds on the news surrounding the licence and offers us the chance to prolong our immersion in this world populated by dinosaurs. The game is developed by Behaviour Interactive, mainly known for Dead by Daylight, but this is not their first attempt at adapting a franchise since we recently discovered Game of Thrones: Beyond the Wall.

In Jurassic World Primal Ops, you play as a dinosaur handler. Currently, three are available:

  • Mike Riley, the rebel trainer who fights poaching, like Chris Pratt's character in the movies ;
  • Adrianna Santos, the eco-technician, member of Dinosaur Protection Group;
  • Brodie T. Booker, the veteran U.S. Navy paleontologist turned reptile conservationist.
Jurassic World Primal Ops release: the handlers

In this action game with RPG components, you must carry out missions to rescue dinosaurs from poachers. All you have to do is use tranquilizer weapons. Fortunately, your dinosaur friends are out and about in Jurassic World Primal Ops and you can count on them to help you out.

Indeed, before each mission, you must compose your squad with a breeder and three dinosaurs. Each species has a rarity level and a particular type of attack. For example, the Dracorex repels its targets, while theAcrocanthosaurus applies the Terror effect to enemies.

Jurassic World Primal Ops release: Dinosaurs

Like a gacha, you will have to collect DNA fragments to unlock a new species or increase its rank. Outside of the missions, you can unlock DNA fragments by completing quests or events, but also by buying crates in the shop.

Bland gameplay that lacks dynamism

Now that you know more about Jurassic World Primal Ops release, let's talk about the gameplay. First of all, we note the slowness of the movements. The only way to speed up your character is by sliding or rolling, depending on the breeder, but the stamina gauge is quite limited.

During the combat phases, you can shoot directly at the enemies, but the damage inflicted is derisory. To defeat the poachers, you need to summon your dinosaurs, which costs energy drawn from a gauge that fills up over time. This is more or less the equivalent of mana and spell cooldown in RPGs.

Overall, you don't have much to do other than take cover while your dinosaurs do the work. It's even worse during boss fights, where your only objective will be to run away from the enemy to try and stay alive.

Finally, the full energy bar runs out very quickly and only allows you to complete 3 or 4 missions. If it is possible to recharge it for free once a day by watching a commercial, you will have to pay real money to play longer.

So much for our first impressions of Jurassic World Primal Ops release. As you can see, we are not really excited about this game. Despite some good ideas, Jurassic World Primal Ops lacks dynamism and quickly pushes you to take out the bank card. If you want to make up your own mind, you can download the game on iOS and Android.

Alco A fan of video games, SF, comics, cinema and new technologies, he is a bit of a geek cliché, but he assumes it.

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