Guess what? More Jurassic Park/World news. We have been sitting on this for a couple of weeks now and no, this is not very old news. The Jurassic World Aftermath Part 1 and Part 2 have been compiled into one complete package called Jurassic World Aftermath Collection.

The Jurassic World Aftermath Collection is not new either but this copy has been enhanced specifically for the upcoming PSVR 2. The Jurassic World Aftermath Collection for PSVR 2 will feature numerous enhancements to take advantage of PSVR’s capabilities, plus a brand new Dino Viewer.

Here’s what the virtual reality game is about:

“Set between the events of the Jurassic World and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom films, Jurassic World Aftermath Collection begins with players crash-landing on Isla Nublar after the fall of the Jurassic World theme park. In this fully voice-acted narrative featuring Sam (voiced by Laura Bailey) and Dr. Ian Malcolm (voiced by Jeff Goldblum), players find themselves trapped in an abandoned research facility when their mission to recover valuable information goes disastrously wrong. To survive, they’ll need to explore and solve puzzles, while evading a menagerie of ferocious dinosaurs, including ravenous Pteranodons, cunning Velociraptors, and the terrifying T. rex.”

Expect to be treated to enhanced visuals and performance boosts, including improved lighting, better post-processing effects, and faster load times, targeting 4K 90fps. The game also takes advantage of the 3D audio and PSVR 2’s headset rumble to enhance the experience of immersion.

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The aforementioned Dino Viewer is a new feature that should appeal to dino heads. It lets you take a close look at the variety of dinosaurs encountered in the game.

This being VR, you’d be able to get up close and personal with the dinos without sticking your face to the screen. Well, technically, you are sticking your eyes onto a pair of displays when on a VR headset…

The Jurassic World Aftermath Collection will be available as a launch title for the PSVR 2. There are no media to offer but you can check out the launch trailer for the Oculus Quest platform for a feel of the game.

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