Check out Planet Zoo’s Savannah Biome

Planet Zoo from Frontier Developments is less than two months away from release. Today, we have a new trailer for the game showing off the Savannah Biome. The brand-new “Indian sub-continent” theme is home to many wild and amazing animals, all of which, you’ll be able to add to your very own Planet Zoo.

The video, presented by Community Managers Bo and Chanté, Senior Artist Liesa and QA Tester Sam.

Having developed Jurassic World EvolutionPlanet Coaster and Zoo Tycoon, Frontier Developments wants to create the ultimate zoo sim. This new game will include a campaign that spans the globe as well as a Sandbox mode to let your imagination do the building.

Planet Zoo Savannah

In addition to getting a look at the Savannah biome, players can join in on the Planet Zoo beta between September 24 and October 8. To access the beta, simply pre-order on Steam.

Planet Zoo launches for PC on November 5, 2019.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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