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Protect Endangered Animals in Planet Zoo: Conservation Pack

June 8, 2022

By: Patrick Perrault

 
 
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The newly-announced Planet Zoo: Conservation Pack from Frontier Developments will give players the chance to discover and protect five unique and endangered animals such as the last truly wild horse, the Amur Leopard, and more. It will arrive on Steam on June 21 for £7.99 / $9.99 / €9.99, which doesn't sound too bad. Let's see what you're going to get in this DLC, shall we?

What's new in the latest Planet Zoo DLC?

The Planet Zoo: Conservation Pack will allow players to discover and protect five unique species. These are Przewalski’s Horse, the last truly wild horse, the critically endangered Amur Leopard, the vocal Siamang, The Scimitar-Horned Oryx, whose horns are desired by hunters, and the Axolotl exhibit animal, whose aquatic habitat is under threat.

 

Of the upcoming Conservation Pack, Executive Producer Steve Wilkins said, “The team are honoured to be able to bring Planet Zoo players closer to some of the world’s most endangered animals, and to highlight the important role of zoos in animal protection and education. We hope that the educational value of the game can contribute to the wider message around conservation and habitat preservation.”

Players will be able to customize their zoo with over 150 new sustainability-inspired scenery pieces, which range from versatile trees such as the Korean Pine to environmentally friendly buildings. For the eco-minded builder, there's something for everyone in this latest Planet Zoo DLC.

The Planet Zoo: Conservation Pack will also come with a free base-game update that will introduce improvements such as animal chorus behavior for select species, interactive education stations, a new climbing enrichment where guests can properly view the Siamang, and more.

 
 

Want to see the Planet Zoo: Conservation Pack in action? Check it out below!

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