DNA splicing Let’s Build A Zoo is coming to consoles this month

Indie mogul game Let’s Build a Zoo is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PS5, and Xbox via Game Pass on September 29.

“It’s time to build a zoo,” reads the press release. “Build and decorate enclosures, buy and breed animals, hire zookeepers and vets…then try your hand at DNA splicing and putting together over 500,000 different types of animals. It can’t be that go smoothly…”

Splicing, did you say? Well, yes, yes, I did! In Let’s Build a Zoo, players can literally mix things up in any given game. From its console release, new players will be able to show off a myriad of unusual beings. After all, who wouldn’t want to see a crocoduck if the opportunity arose.

Publisher No More Robots gives us a look at Let’s Build a Zoo gameplay.

Let’s Build a Zoo is already available on PC via Steam and Epic, where it has many positive reviews.

In May, developer Springloaded got very Jurassic Park on all of us and unveiled Dinosaur Island DLC. This DLC introduced 50 new creatures that players can resurrect, splice and display, allowing them to prepare everything from a capysaurus to a donkey-ceratops.

Dinosaur Island also added a new campaign to play, new types of enclosures, a new research tree, as well as a not inconsiderable help of new prehistoric-themed shops and decorations.