Frontier Developments today announced that Planet Zoo's next DLC is the Southeast Asia Animal Pack. Arriving at the end of the month, it introduces no less than eight new creatures that players can look after as well as a new scenario set in Malayisa.
The Southeast Asia Animal Pack's creatures come in different shapes and sizes. Players who pick it up will get to expand their menageries with sun bear, clouded leopard, Malaysian tapir, proboscis monkey, North Sulawesi babirusa, binturong, Ussuri dhole, and giant leaf insect.
Where the proboscis monkeys are highly sociable, enjoying the company of their peers, the clouded leopard takes a more solitary approach to life while having a knack for climbing.
Planet Zoo's newest scenario takes players to the Haiwan-Hebat Park located in Perak, Malaysia. Set in a tropical rainforest biome, the parks funding was cut mid-expansion, which means that players need to "complete half-finished habitats, adopt spectacular new animals, hire capable staff, and open up to the world."
Planet Zoo: Southeast Asia Animal Pack launches on March 30 and is priced at £7.99/€9.99/$9.99 USD. The DLC will be accompanied by a free update whose features include multiple zoo entrances, video billboards, alongside customizable water color and volume.
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