Take a Tour of LEGO Jurassic World, Visit the Online Gift Shop for a Digital Pre-order Bonus

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The countdown is officially on. LEGO Jurassic World will be on store shelves and digital platforms for Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U, PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Xbox 360, and Xbox One in exactly two weeks, launching June 12th, day and date with the blockbuster movie premiere.

On this occasion, Warner Bros. has released a brand new trailer offering a virtual tour of the LEGO Jurassic World park, what I’m assuming will serve as the main hub world players will be able to explore and find various activities to play around in when not progressing through missions based on the storylines of the four Jurassic Park movies.

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In other news, WB has announced pre-order offers for digital download customers to complement the previously announced retail pre-order incentives. Two DLC packs — one for PS3 and PS4 players, one for Xbox 360 and Xbox One — containing extra playable characters and vehicles, which will be sold separately post-launch for $0.99 each, can be obtained free of charge by purchasing early. The DLC packs are as follows:

Jurassic Park Trilogy Pack #1 – Exclusively via pre-order on PlayStation Network for PS3 and PS4
◾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 360 and Xbox One
◾Characters – Jurassic Park Helicopter Pilot, Lex and Tim Murphy
◾Vehicle – Iain Malcolm’s San Diego Cruiser

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