Jurassic World Evolution 2 Is Getting An Early Cretaceous DLC

Jurassic World Evolution 2 is getting an Early Cretaceous DLC in the first follow up to this mammoth dinosaur fuelled sequel.

Jurassic World Evolution 2, the follow up to Frontier Games’ first prehistoric park run is getting its first DLC soon. After wowing us back in November during our Jurassic World Evolution 2 review, Frontier jsut announced a new Early Cretaceous DLC pack that should allow players building their own Jurassic Park to expand with four thrilling prehistoric species, including land dwelling dinosaurs, and marine and flying reptiles.

We don’t know exactly when we’re going to be able to try out what’s new, but we do know this will require the the base Jurassic World Evolution 2 pack. Anybody diversifying their gene pool can expect new behaviors and interactions as a range of the following monstrous attractions enter the pen.

  • Kronosaurus is named after the King of the Titans, Kronos, as it is one of the largest ever pliosaurs, a carnivorous species of marine reptiles with powerful, paddle-like flippers to help it capture its prey.
  • Dsungaripterus is a small and stout pterosaur, easily identified by its distinctive head crest and its long, upcurved jaw.
  • Minmi is a small, tank-like dinosaur belonging to the ankylosaur family. Unlike other ankylosaurians, it has horizontally oriented bone plates running along the sides of its back, making the Minmi well-protected against predators.
  • Wuerhosaurus is part of the stegosaurid family of dinosaurs. It sits low to the ground in order to feed on lower vegetation and uses tail spikes as a defense against any potential predators.

Any potential park owners looking to pick up the base game ahead of the Krobnosaurus stomping in can find Jurassic World Evolution 2 available via PC via Steam, Epic Games Store and GeForce Now, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for a suggested retail price of $59.99 now. Find out even more over on the official website now.

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