Virtual animal lovers can look forward to a second DLC for Planet Zoo. The new package is all about South America.
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The Planet Zoo South America package is scheduled for release next week, more specifically on April 7, for 10.99 euros via Steam. On board are five new animals as well as 250 buildings, plants and landscapes with a jungle theme. Your animal portfolio is expanded to include capuchin monkey, anteater, red-eyed tree frog, llama and jaguar.
In parallel to the new DLC, an update to version number 1.2 will also appear on April 7, which also brings new content. So you can deal with genealogy and thus find out the relatives and ancestry of your animals. There are new levels of difficulty that can be changed at any time and influence the behavior of animals and visitors. The feeding of the zoo residents has been revised, as has the visitor information.
Other changes include the social interactions between the animals, a search function in the Zoopedia UI, improvements in pathfinding and much more.