Jurassic World Primal Ops is an adventure genre game made by the well-known Behaviour Interactive Inc., who made popular titles like Dead by Daylight, DiRT 5, and many more while the title was registered by Universal Studio. This game is the latest title and the only one related to the ever-beautiful Jurassic world. Here in this article, we will review Jurassic World Primal Ops and share our first impressions of the game.
Jurassic World Primal Ops sets itself in a country where dinosaurs are free to roam around. Most of the people welcome them but the poachers use them for their own benefits. The player, assisted by other members from the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, is tasked to stop the poachers from their harmful activity and take care of the dinosaurs.
Embark on a thrilling adventure with the Jurassic beasts
Starting off with the Jurassic World Primal Ops review, the game starts with Dr. Omar Wilson, operations director, and Janice Williams, the director of the field ops of the DFW guiding the player through the tutorial, including the game controls, usage of the ally dinosaurs, quests and achievement and much more.
Even after finishing the tutorial, they stay and guide the player in different other missions and places. The dialogue exchange between both of them is good and sometimes also gets humorous. However, in different missions, the instructions are often inadequate and players have to find out by trying different methods to accomplish the goal.
With the progression of levels, players might find it difficult to manage their energy levels if they want to play multiple levels at one stretch. The regeneration speed is comparatively slow and the total capacity of regenerated energy is not sufficient for that. Players have to go through all the loading hassle again to get back to the level. Players who want to play it in constant higher quality might find this frustrating.
Upgrade and assemble a roster of your favorite dinos from the past
Jurassic World Primal Ops is divided into nine chapters, each of them divided into three acts and into many levels. The game gets interesting more and more as progress is made. Upgrades and selection of the team are a must for the upper levels since there are new and more powerful enemies.
The game offers progress save features to the players via Google play account, Apple, and also Facebook accounts. Saving in one of the services makes sure that the player can start back again on, even on another device. The game also offers a daily login bonus. So players who will join the game regularly would have a small gift.
The upgrade system should have a better narrative so people can understand. The upgrade system is kind of complex since the upgrades are divided into many sections. Upgrades and ranks can confuse players. It’s really annoying that they don’t have a retry button incase if the mission fails.
The game offers decent graphics and an amazing UI
The graphics of the game is quite interesting. The game sets off in an open world. The water animation is smooth. There is less scope to view the smallest details of the world in the game, but environment objects, like trees and others, are not unrealistic and are of average quality. Character drawing is also good.
The art is represented in such a way that the characters don’t look too cartoonish. The UI is amazing. It gives a technological advancement feeling, considering the fact that the user interference is mostly clean and well arranged. The game sounds are also smooth, not something too rocky. There are options to mute the game sounds and music in the settings.
Amidst all these, some players have also reported that the graphics setting is set to low by default even if the device is capable of higher quality. Even after changing the settings, some players reported that the slider resets after finishing a mission.
You need to watch ads to progress through the Jurassic Park
The system of the game shows that it depends on ads for revenue. In exchange for viewing an ad, the game offers different types of currencies and multiplication of the reward from mission completion. However, in many cases, while viewing the ad, the game freezes and doesn’t respond.
To get out of that situation, players have to forcibly close the game and try again. This can be frustrating from time to time. The game limits how many ads can one watch in exchange for in-game currencies, with a cooldown of 24 hours. This concept is different from others, but it directly affects how much a player can progress in one stretch.
In spite of being a very popular title, just like other games, this game also has some flaws. The game does not feature a multiplayer match. But because of progress tracking, this game cannot run without an active internet connection. This would upset many players since it cannot be taken as an offline game in spite of having no online feature.
All those fights, all those rescues, and levels, these factors have made the game more interesting to the players and more importantly, to the people who love Jurassic world games. The concept is unique, to save the dinosaurs from the poachers and conquer the obstacles. Thanks to the developers for bringing up such an interesting game which is quite enjoyable to spend time with.
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