Jurassic World Evolution 2 doesn’t seem to plan on stopping in terms of content. The Frontier developed park builder and manager based on the hit movie series received its largest expansion a few months ago.
While that introduced several new features and dinosaurs, the game released another new dinosaur pack alongside the free new update.
Jurrasic World Evolution 2: Late Cretaceous Pack adds four distinct dinosaurs to the game. Including:
- Barbaridactylus, a crested flying hunter from the Late Cretaceous era. This species takes its name from the Barbary Coast of North Africa, near where it was discovered.
- Alamosaurus, an armoured titan and one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered. The dino has large spines running down its shoulders, back and tail and belongs to the herbivore family of dinosaurs.
- Australovenator is a fast and agile medium-sized carnivore that lived in Australia around 95 million years ago. Characterised by a lightweight frame, extremely sharp teeth, and flexible arms used for grabbing.
- Styxosaurus, a marine species that ruled the Late Cretaceous waters. Its streamlined shape combined with sizable fins produces deadly undersea swiftness, making it one of the most efficient predators of its time.
Along with the DLC, the game also receives its fourth free update, which brings several new items and QoL changes. In decorations, players can make what their lagoon looks like with the Lagoon customization & decorations. Players can put items on the edge of a lagoon and under the lagoon.
Marine and Flying dinosaurs also receive behavioural changes. Escaped flying dinosaurs can now attack flying helicopters. Furthermore, marine dinosaurs will start hitting walls and glasses if agitated or uncomfortable. The new update also adds in building decorations and much more. To read the changes, head to the official website of the title.
Jurassic World Evolution 2: late Cretaceous Pack DLC is available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S for $7.99. Check out the new trailer below.