Watch The ‘LEGO Jurassic World’ Official Launch Trailer [Video]

As you might be already aware by now, LEGO Jurassic World, the action-adventure video game, was released on June 12 for several gaming consoles and Windows. The launch of the much- awaited video game coincided with the worldwide theatrical release of Jurassic World, which has been well received across the world. The Inquisitr reported about the release of LEGO Jurassic World’s first official trailer back in March. On June 12, Warner Bros released another trailer for the game — this one being the official LEGO Jurassic World launch trailer.

Players who purchase LEGO Jurassic World would be able to relive the experience of all four Jurassic films that have been made so far. The films would, of course, be reimagined in the typical LEGO form and classic LEGO humor. Detailed LEGO versions of Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna have been recreated for all the little Jurassic World fans out there.

Apart from giving players the option to create custom dinosaur species using precious Amber containing dinosaur DNA, players would also be able to assume the role of LEGO dinosaurs. These include dinosaurs from the first iteration of the film Jurassic Park to the latest Jurassic World.

The game has been made available for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and on Steam. If you are interested in ordering a copy of LEGO Jurassic World now, you can do so from Amazon. The Xbox One version of the game has been priced at $48.74

If you happen to be a big fan of all the iterations of the Jurassic series, there is no way you can afford to miss the opportunity to play LEGO Jurassic World. That said, it would be prudent to wait for a few days until the first reviews of the game are out before you head out to purchase a copy for yourself.

In case you have already installed the game on your PC/console, do let us know what you think of it!

As for Jurassic World, it is continuing to attract viewers by the millions across the globe wherever saw a theatrical release — including in China. Have you see the movie yet?

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