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Like Frontier Developments’ other games, players meet and acquire animals and are granted the great responsibilities it takes to take care of them. Construct habitats and manage your zoo. Maintain the well-being of both your animals and your attending customers.
Frontier Developments makes the promise that Planet Zoo‘s gameplay experience will be more authentic than their prior games, hoping that it would better promote the messages of social awareness to wildlife and nature conservation. These animals live, breathe, and feel, and Frontier Developments really, really, wants you to know that.
They also promise the satisfaction of more detailed, lush habitats and vast liberties far more open than prior titles.
People interested can sign up for updates on the eventual closed access to the game.
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New York to San Francisco.
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