Jurassic World Evolution 2: Feathered Species Pack Takes Flight on PC and Console

Jurassic World Evolution 2: Feathered Species DLC has just been announced, adding a very different type of prehistoric predator to this management sim.

Put the bird feeders away, there are some very unexpected feathered visitors coming to Jurassic Park Evolution 2. The second in this build a zoo management sim is due to land on PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, Windows Store and GeForce Now, PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One and will arrive around 30 March 2023. For £5.99/$7.99/€7.99 or local equivalent, you can expect a DLC full of four eye-catching prehistoric species, each sporting magnificent plumage that is bound to captivate guests.

• The Yutyrannus is one of the largest known feathered carnivores ever discovered and can easily be added to your park’s collection. Originally dwelling in Northeast China, this bipedal predator boasts a light yet dense coat that will maze patrons.
• The Jeholopterus is a flying reptile that exhibits a coat of short, delicate fibres and is the smallest flying animal in Jurassic Park Evolution 2
• Deinocheirus is a huge addition. On of the largest ornithomimosaurs ever discovered, this beast has an unusual combination of a long arms, duck-like bill, and humped back.
• While the penultimate addition might be feeding on fish and plants, the Sinosauropteryx is more likely just to hide in the shrubbery. This forest dwelling animal is a pack hunter with a bewitching striped tail.

With four new animals to add to your own Jurassic Park, and plenty of elements that can go very wrong, Jurassic World Evolution 2: Feathered Species DLC is a fantastic new way to expand an already amazing title. Fans of the management sim can check out the trailer, or looks forward to a new free update by heading over to the official website. If you’re ready for things to go slightly sideways, then it might be worth prepping the helicopters too.

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