Universal Pictures Might Be Working on a New Video Game Set in the JURASSIC PARK World
Universal Pictures (legally Universal City Studios LLC) has filed a new trademark in the US for Jurassic World Aftermath, suggesting that yet another production set in the beloved Steven Spielberg–created universe is in the works. Unfortunately, all that's currently known is that Aftermath has something to do with video games.
Whether the trademark means anything in particular is not clear, but chances are that Aftermath will serve as a spiritual successor to Jurassic World Survivor, an open-world survival game that was cancelled in 2015.
Powered by Unreal Engine 4, Survivor was supposed to be Cryptic Studios Seattle's ambitious answer to Left 4 Dead and ARK: Survival Evolved, allowing players to team up and kill dinosaurs and other "extinct" animals.
Considering that the studio has closed its doors, it's not clear whether Survivor will share any similarities with Aftermath. Thankfully, we should learn a whole lot more about the mysterious project in the foreseeable future, as the domain JurassicWorldAftermath.com was also registered by Universal earlier this month.
As a friendly reminder, the Colin Trevorrow–directed sequel to J. A. Bayona's critically divisive Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom — simply titled Jurassic World: Dominion — will make its theatrical debut on June 10, 2021.
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