planet zoo console edition

Planet Zoo Has Finally Arrived On Consoles With Years Of Updates Included

We bought a zoo (sim).

Planet Zoo has finally arrived on consoles, bringing the excellent animal park-crafting simulator to PS5 and Xbox Series X|S after four long years.

With those accumulated years worth of features, content, and animals from the PC version’s free updates included from the jump, it’s a sizeable offering for console players, who’ll be able to play through the game’s robust Career mode, go big-picture and build a budding zoo empire in the Franchise mode, test their abilities to keep animals happy and healthy while still pulling a crowd in Challenge mode, or kick their dirt-covered boots off for a chill session in Sandbox mode.

The Console Edition of Planet Zoo sports an optimised UI and intuitive, console-specific controls controls and gorgeous visuals and animal models fit for the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Planet Zoo is available in a number of different versions on consoles, including an Ultimate Edition that includes the huge Season Pass featuring a whopping 14 future DLC packs. Here’s what’s in each:

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Planet Zoo Standard Edition

  • Planet Zoo: Console Edition full game

Planet Zoo Deluxe Edition

  • Planet Zoo: Console Edition full game
  • Deluxe Upgrade Pack Bundle

Planet Zoo Ultimate Edition

  • Planet Zoo: Console Edition full game
  • Planet Zoo: Deluxe Upgrade Pack Bundle
  • Planet Zoo: Season Pass

You can find the game on the PlayStation Store here or the Xbox Store here.

“Meet a world of beautiful, realistic animals and build your dream zoo with limitless creativity! Manage an amazing living world with intuitive creative controls that let you effortlessly make your zoo unique with piece-by-piece construction tools. Pick up and play across four engaging game modes: embark on a globe-trotting campaign in career mode, build a network of connected zoos in Franchise mode, put your skills to the test in Challenge mode, or let your imagination run wild in the freedom of Sandbox mode.”