Zoo Tycoon Remastered is live on both Xbox One and Windows 10
Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection, a re-release of Zoo Tycoon and the remaster of the original Xbox One video game, is now live and ready to play on PCs running Windows 10 and Microsoft’s Xbox One. The title comes with new content and upgraded 4K graphics for future Xbox One X or powerful PCs.
Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection is fully remastered
The popular Zoo Tycoon series received a full remaster and is set to offer fun, excitement and lots of challenges while building the ultimate zoo.
Your imagination can now run wild with this re-release with the opportunity to choose from around 200 visually stunning animals.
You also have a selection of large environments in which you will be able to build, manage and maintain your dream zoo.
Play alone or together with four friends on Xbox LIVE
You can play alone or together with four more players on Xbox LIVE. This zoo simulation is targeted at animal enthusiasts of all ages and the game is easy to start and play, providing gamers the opportunity to interact with animals from the zoo as well.
Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection offers intuitive controls and fun tutorials. Animals and guests will react to your creative choices and they’ll decide what your chances of becoming a Zoo Tycoon are.
Support for the Xbox One’s Kinect sensor
Just like its original version, the game supports Xbox One’s Kinect sensor for more interactivity. You can play with the controller while giving the Kinect features a try. Download the game from the Microsoft Store for $29.99.
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