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It seems that the game designers of Minecraft developer Mojang have been so concerned about whether they can do it, so much so that they did not stop to think about whether they should do it, and are releasing a new Jurassic World-themed DLC pack for their building block game. The Jurassic World DLC is now available in the Minecraft store. It can be purchased with 1,340 Minecoins today, and it turned out to be less than $8. This is a trailer showing some things you can expect:
Here is the official description of the DLC:
"The park is open! Manage your dream dinosaurs in Minecraft! Create and train dinosaurs, it’s hard to build Confident exhibits and exciting adventures. How long can you keep the park running smoothly? "
There is some evidence that they were very careful when making this DLC. Obviously they paid a lot of attention to the details of various Jurassic movies. You can see that Jurassic World's Hammond Creation Lab is actually created in block form, as well as various dinosaurs, characters, and locations reproduced in Minecraft aesthetics. We even discovered Minecraft Jeff Goldblum! This type of content published by
for Minecraft has been almost ten years since the release of version 1.0, which has cemented its position as a LEGO brick for a certain generation of players to some extent. Similarly, Lego started out as an open-ended, free-form creation toy, but eventually began to use existing brands and properties to maintain ongoing interest. This is not the first cross between Minecraft and another brand, but it can indicate that this type of content is the future of Minecraft, or at least a large part of its future.
I'm also very curious about the schedule here. Maybe this DLC pack was originally intended to be released with the third movie in the restarted movie series? Perhaps at some point, this was intended to be part of the Jurassic World: Domination campaign, but because the production and release of the movie was delayed due to the COVID19 pandemic, did you decide to release Minecraft DLC for its bill?
Anyway, this seems to be an extra fun for Minecraft, especially for anyone who wants to bridge the gap between anyone over 30 who remembers the original version of Jurassic Park and children who are interested or at least curious about it The gap between the players. Dinosaur. Please let us know if you will pick it up.