We hid in lockers and under desks. We crept through the ventilation shafts. We held our breath. But we made it. We survived Jurassic World Aftermath’s initial installment unscathed, outsmarting the vicious Velociraptors that pursued us through the crumbling corridors of Isla Nublar.
Don’t breathe a sigh of relief just yet however, because Coatsink and Universal Games and Digital Platforms are back with Jurassic World Aftermath: Part 2, whichreleases today on the Oculus Quest Platform for $14.99 USD.
Jurassic World Aftermath: Part 2 is the conclusion to this two-part stealth adventure, so if you haven’t played the original Jurassic World Aftermath yet? Start there.
But for those who already crash-landed on Isla Nublar last year, Jurassic World Aftermath: Part 2 picks up right where its predecessor left off—in the dark. Find out what last year’s cliffhanger ending means for your character, as you traverse an even-more-dangerous Isla Nublar. Escaping will mean uncovering secrets both high and low, first exploring Dr. Henry Wu’s office high above the island and then delving underground to explore a hidden vault beneath the facility.
Escape won’t be easy, of course. Expect to pit your wits against the dangerous dinosaurs that now call Isla Nublar home. Pteranodons soar overhead looking for a human-sized snack. Velociraptors stalk through the halls. And of course, the terrifying T. rex can show up at any moment. Stealth is your best option. Stay hidden, and you just might make it off Isla Nublar.
“As fans of the Jurassic World films, we’ve witnessed how the franchise has ignited the imaginations of many by bringing its awe-inspiring, terrifying renditions of dinosaurs to the big screen like never before,” says Coatsink Narrative Designer Jon Davies. “Jurassic World Aftermath: Part 2 aims to do for VR what the movies have done for film, offering a fully realized escape from an island full of dinosaurs.”
Hopefully you’ve been practicing your locker-opening skills, because every second counts. Pick up Jurassic World Aftermath: Part 2 on the Quest Platform today, and good luck. You’ll need it.