Players will be able to "discover dinosaurs by locating them on a map and deploying an in-game drone to collect DNA samples, and can then level up and create genetically modified dinosaurs in a lab to compete in real-time player-versus-player arena battles to earn more rewards".
Mobile game Pokémon Go became an instant hit in mid 2016 thanks largely to its use of augmented reality (AR). Gamers are encouraged to catch as numerous 100 dinosaurs (upon initial release) and collect DNA to help make them the biggest beast that they can.
While the game is pretty much the same map-based game as "Pokemon GO", there's one key difference.
With it, you'll be alerted the moment the game is available to download.
The use of augmented reality features should only continue as Apple continues to invest in its platform-level ARKit resources for developers.
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Anyway, the game will be debuting just ahead of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom this June, so we'll be able to find the dinos then. Those who will go for it, an in-game incubator awaits them at the time of the game launch.
We're quite surprised the wave of Pokemon GO.homages have taken this long to arrive, but between this and the Harry Potter AR game that's supposedly in the works, it appears that you'll soon have many more opportunities to replace the real world with the fantasy one of your choice. The only problem, is that the engineers behind Jurassic Park Alive were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn't stop to think if they should. Capture the DNA, make your own twisted creations and force them to fight with others' dinosaurs in a slightly barbaric fashion.
Hopefully, they took Dr. Ian Malcolms word to heart when it came to creating dinosaurs.
"Definitely, the element of discovery will be present, but we wanted to be a little more flexible about the possibility of participating without leaving home", explained Chris Heatherly, Executive Vice President of Universal's games division.