Planet Zoo: Europe Delivers a Winter Wonderland on December 14

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Planet Zoo: Europe Pack

Frontier Developments just announced a brand new expansion for the ultimate zoo simulation, Planet ZooPlayers can discover the striking beauty of Europe with Planet Zoo: Europe Pack, arriving on Steam on 14 December 2021 for a suggested retail price of $9.99.

Planet Zoo: Europe Pack introduces five amazing animals to the game. The snow-dwelling Eurasian Lynx; the Alpine Ibex, with its characteristic huge horns; the European Badger, who makes its home in underground burrows; the European Fallow Deer, instantly recognizable by its chestnut coat; and the Fire Salamander exhibit animal, whose vibrant yellow markings will ward off predators but are sure to dazzle guests.

An array of winter scenery provides zookeepers with the perfect opportunity to transform their zoos into mesmerizing winter wonderlands for the festive season, and capture the charm of the continent’s famous Christmas Markets. With over 250 pieces of spectacular scenery inspired by some of Europe’s most idyllic destinations, including France, Italy, Switzerland and the Netherlands, zookeepers can delight their guests and get creative juices flowing with a wide variety of décor styles, lighting, and foliage.

Planet Zoo: Europe Pack also includes a brand new timed scenario, set against a wintry alpine backdrop, in which zookeepers must rise to the challenge, expanding and improving a picturesque mountainside zoo against the clock.

Alongside the pack, players will also enjoy a free base-game update, which brings with it a range of extras and improvements, including burrowing, animal memorials, customizable restaurants, and more. For full details of the free update, check out more here

Please note the Planet Zoo: Europe Pack requires the Planet Zoo base game in order to download and play. Planet Zoo is available now on Steam with an RRP of $44.99, Planet Zoo Deluxe Edition RRP for $54.99 or the Planet Zoo Deluxe Upgrade Pack for $11.99.

Visit the Planet Zoo website at

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