Take a Tour of Lego Jurassic World's "Completely Safe" Dino Park

Check out a funny new video for the upcoming family-friendly adventure game; preorder DLC also announced.

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Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment on Friday released a new trailer for Lego Jurassic World, inviting players into the dinosaur park, which is a "completely safe" place totally not fraught with peril.

The game covers the stories of the first three Jurassic Park movies and the upcoming Jurassic World, but the trailer focuses principally on the latter. Watch the trailer to get an up-close look at the park's facilities, some colossal dinosaurs like the Indominus Rex and the Mosasaurus, and the Creation Lab where you can build your own dinosaur.

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Warner Bros. also today announced some digital bonuses for pre-ordering Lego Jurassic World. These are listed at the bottom of this post, with descriptions courtesy of Warner Bros.

Lego Jurassic World launches June 12, which is the same day that Jurassic World hits theaters. The game will be released on more platforms that you can probably say in one breath. Go ahead, try: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, 3DS, and PC.

Pre-order bonuses:

  • Jurassic Park Trilogy Pack #1 –Exclusively via pre-order on PlayStation Network for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3
    • Includes access to:
      • Characters - Dino Handler, Eric Kirby, and Paul Kirby
      • Vehicle - Animal Control Vehicle
  • Jurassic Park Trilogy Pack #2 – Exclusively via pre-order on Xbox Live for Xbox One and Xbox 360
    • Includes access to:
      • Characters – Jurassic Park Helicopter Pilot, Lex, and Tim Murphy
      • Vehicle – Ian Malcolm's San Diego Cruiser

After June 12, these two packs will be available for 99 cents each.

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