Jurassic World Evolution Hits 1 Million Copies Sold

Hold onto your butts.

Jurassic World Evolution’s combined physical and digital sales have hit one million copies sold over five weeks.

“We are really pleased with Jurassic World Evolution and are delighted to have crossed the 1 million unit threshold so quickly,” said Frontier CEO David Braben.

“There is no doubt that initial sales have benefited from the worldwide awareness created by the film release, but it’s the quality of the game that’s really important and I believe our team have done a terrific job in creating a game that a wide range of players are now enjoying around the world”.

Exit Theatre Mode

The digital version of the game launched on June 12, followed by a retail release on July 3.

The game features voice talent from Jurassic World’s Bryce Dallas Howard and BD Wong, reprising their roles as Claire Dearing and Dr. Henry Wu. Jeff Goldblum has also reprised his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm, saying that the game “gets 10 Goldblums out of a possible 10 Goldblums.”

You can read what we thought of the game in our review right here,

Shabana is a freelance writer who enjoys JRPGs, wine, and not finishing games. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

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