Jurassic World: Aftermath is ranked in the 20th percentile of games scored on OpenCritic.

Critic Reviews

Metro GameCentral
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3 / 10
Dec 22, 2020

An especially disappointing film licence, simply for the fact of how much potential it wastes with its low budget visuals and bland gameplay.

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7 / 10
Jan 11, 2021

Jurassic World Aftermath sits amongst the very best examples of immersive VR adventures, but a lack of variety in gameplay, its sharp-toothed cast and the need to wait for a conclusion undoes some of Coatsink's exceptional work.

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58 / 100
Dec 17, 2020

Jurassic World: Aftermath focuses its gameplay on one of the iconic scenes from the first film (the kitchen scene), making the stealth the main course and avoiding the raptors a chore you'll be repeating durint the 3-4 hours that lasts. It's slow and repetitive, you'll probably get tired very soon.

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8 / 10.0
Dec 21, 2020

Jurassic World Aftermath is a horror-themed stealth experience that works well at the tension level, although it is regrettable that interactivity with the game world is so limited.

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7.5 / 10.0
Dec 20, 2020

Jurassic World Aftermath is limited to the exploratory part, with the classic character remotely indicating the objectives while a beastly unscripted IA, a Velociraptor specifically, hunts us down. A mix however capable of intrigue and push the player forward, provided that he respects some fundamental prerogatives of the subgenre. And yes, Jurassic World Aftermath makes it.

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7 / 10.0
Nov 1, 2021

Though parts of this game are incredible, the Jurassic World Aftermath stealth mechanics aren't fully realized, leading to frustrating sequences. Despite this, the world-building narrative and impressive voice cast makes this a worthy addition for any Jurassic Park fan.

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Top Critic
5 / 10.0
Jan 6, 2021

Jurassic World Aftermath dearly wants to be Alien: Isolation with dinosaurs. It does benefit from being in-your-face, and there are a few scary scripted moments. But for all the velociraptors it throws at you, it’s a disappointingly toothless experience. You’re best off sticking to the movies and giving this one a miss.

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