LEGO Jurassic World Launch Date and Pre-order Toys Announced

LEGO Jurassic World will be out on June 12th for 3DS, PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. Hey, that date sounds familiar. Oh right, that’s the same day the Jurassic World movie hits theaters. Go mark June 12th on your calendar as Dino-Day!

Hit play on the video above for a brief tease of some dino-rific gameplay highlighting more than 20 different types of playable dinosaurs.

So the launch date is a go. Now it’s time to make a hard pre-order decision. Warner Bros. has lined up three gift-with-purchase offers: a LEGO Dino Trap Mini Playset from GameStop, a Dr. Wu Minifigure from Target, and a $10 voucher towards the price of a ticket to see the movie from Walmart. I’m not the pre-ordering type anymore, but if I were I’d go with the Dino Trap set just to have the Gallimimus minifig. What’s your pre-order poison?

Pre-order LEGO Jurassic World from GameStop to get the LEGO Dino Trap Mini Playset.

Pre-order LEGO Jurassic World from GameStop to get the LEGO Dino Trap Mini Playset.

Pre-order LEGO Jurassic World from Target for the Dr. Wu Minifigure.

Pre-order LEGO Jurassic World from Target for the Dr. Wu Minifigure.

Pre-order LEGO Jurassic World from Walmart for a $10 Movie Cash Certificate.

Pre-order LEGO Jurassic World from Walmart for a $10 Movie Cash Certificate.

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