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Planet Zoo: South America Pack DLC Announced, Releases April 7

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Frontier Developments have announced the South America Pack DLC for Planet Zoo.

This new DLC adds five new animals: the Jaguar, the Llama, the Capuchin Monkey, the Giant Anteater, and the Red-Eyed Tree Frog. Each of these animals “present their own list of challenges when you bring them into your zoos, as they have their own specific needs you’ll need to cater for to keep them happy and well looked after in your parks.”

The pack also adds over 250 new buildings, decorations, and foliage, allowing you to create elaborate Aztec-themed exhibits to showcase your new South American wildlife collection.

The South America Pack DLC launches April 7th, and will cost $10.99.

The DLC will coincide with the release of patch 1.2, a massive update that adds loads of new features. You can read about the patch here.

You can find a trailer for the South America Pack below.

You can find a rundown of the new DLC (via Steam) below:


Enrich your zoo with over 250 new scenery pieces inspired by the wonderfully diverse South American continent. Care for and learn about five unique new animals and craft Zoos with distinct foliage and architecture ranging from the lush greens of the Amazon basin to the heights of the Andean mountain range.

Key Features

Take A Walk On The Wild Side 
Welcome five iconic new animals from the South American region to your Zoos: the Jaguar, Llama, Capuchin Monkey, Giant Anteater, and the Red-Eyed Tree Frog. Each of these animals comes with their own set of needs and habitat requirements, and it will be up to you to keep them healthy and happy in your parks.

Over 250 New Scenery Pieces  
Create your own jungle adventure! Construct an Aztec temple park entrance, theme your habitats with treasures from civilizations past or build your very own rainforest – there are over 250 new building, scenery, and foliage pieces to choose from and get inspired by!


Planet Zoo is available on Windows PC via Steam.

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