Planet Zoo might just be one of the loveliest park sims ever created, and as it continues to grow with each of its DLC content drops, that’s only become more true. To celebrate the Wetlands Animal Pack, the wonderful folks at Frontier and Heaven Media have cooked up an equally lovely Planet Zoo prize for you to try and win, packing in a number of Planet Zoo goodies and the chance to see some of those cute and awesome animals in real life at Shepreth Wildlife Park near Cambridge.
One lucky winner will be able to nab the following:
- A pair of Entry Tickets to Shepreth Wildlife Park
- A PC code for the Planet Zoo base game
- A PC code for fantastic new Wetlands Animal Pack
- Assorted Planet Zoo merchandise (lunchbox, steel water bottle, and flat-peak cap)
To enter, simply use the following entry form with email, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube entries possible. The competition will be open until 6PM UK time on Monday 16th May 2022, after which the winners will be drawn and contacted. The giveaway is open to UK entrants only, and our standard terms and conditions apply.
The Wetlands Animal Pack introduces 7 new habitat animals and 1 new exhibit animal. Show your guests the wonders of water with the loveable Capybara, the unusual Platypus, the excitable Asian Small-Clawed Otter, the scaly Spectacled Caiman, the steadfast Wild Water Buffalo, the loyal Red-Crowned Crane, and the nimble Nile Lechwe. Don’t forget to also expand your exhibit areas with the Danube Crested Newt, the smallest of its species! We’re at the point where Planet Zoo nearly accommodates every animal that fans have been clamouring for, and it’s a delight finding them all a home in your own creation.
When the original Planet Zoo arrived we had this to say in our glowing 9/10 review: “Planet Zoo is simply wonderful; a bright and breezy park builder that gushes with enthusiasm for its charges. There’s depth to spare here, pushing further than either of Frontier’s most recent management games have, and it leans into its own identity, with a keen eye for the importance of education, animal welfare and preservation.”