- Jurassic World Evolution 2’s first DLC out now for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S.
- Contains four new, awe-inspiring prehistoric species.
- DLC launches alongside substantial free update.
Following the great launch of Jurassic World Evolution 2 in November, we’re very excited to be adding even more amazing content to our wildly popular dinosaur management simulation. The Early Cretaceous Pack is the first DLC for Jurassic World Evolution 2. It features four awe-inspiring prehistoric species for you to add to your parks.
So let’s go through the pack’s four new species that will entertain your guests and add even more appeal to your park. We’ll start with the imposing Kronosaurus, one of the largest pliosaurs on record. Named after the Greek Titan, Kronos, this carnivorous species of marine reptile has powerful, paddle-like flippers and an array of razor-sharp teeth to capture prey. As soon as you behold this impressive species, you’ll see why it’s earned a place in Jurassic World Evolution 2’s debut DLC.
Equally as impressive is the Dsungaripterus, a stocky, stout pterosaur easily identified by its comparatively huge head which features long, upcurved jaws and distinctive crest. Palaeontologist speculate this crest might have served as a rudder when flying. Get a rare look at this revived species in the Early Cretaceous Pack and make sure you provide the Dsungaripterus everything it needs to thrive.
In addition to our flying and marine reptiles, we have two fascinating land dinosaurs for you to add to your parks. Minmi is a small but mighty dinosaur belonging to the armoured ankylosaur family. Unlike other ankylosaurs, it has horizontally oriented bone plates running along the sides of its back, making the Minmi well-protected against predators.
The pack’s second land dinosaur, the striking Wuerhosaurus, is part of the stegosaurid family. Similar to that family’s most famous member, Stegosaurus, the Wuerhosaurus uses brutal tail spikes as a defence against any potential predators. Its squat stance places it low to the ground in order for it to feed on vegetation and undergrowth. Together, these four prehistoric species make the perfect additions in Jurassic World Evolution 2’s first DLC.
But that’s not all, as well as that, we’re updating the game with a bunch of amazing enhancements. This free update (Update 1) launches alongside the paid Early Cretaceous Pack. Highlights include improvements to sandbox mode, which adds the five campaign maps to sandbox mode, new buildings themed after “Jurassic Park” and the Department for Fish and Wildlife buildings sets including Lagoons and Aviaries, and added flattened versions of all Sandbox levels. We have also added a range of game balance changes including the frequency of storms and disease outbreaks in Chaos Theory and tweaked some of the dominance stats of dinosaurs too.
We can’t wait for you to try it yourself, and see the range of new prehistoric animals we have added. Buy Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack now and introduce four new prehistoric species into your park. The Early Cretaceous Pack (requires Jurassic Evolution 2 base game to play) and free update are both out now on Xbox Series S|X and Xbox One.
Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack
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