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Frontier Developments today publishes the first DLC for Jurassic World Evolution 2 — Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack. The DLC is now available for PC via Steam, Epic Games Store and GeForce Now, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at a recommended sales price of 7.99 euros.
The trailer can be seen here:
After the critics-celebrated publication of Jurassic World Evolution 2, the players with Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack can discover a fascinating set of animal species. With four exciting animals from original time, including land living dinosaurs, marine and flight looks, as well as a variety of new dinosaurs for dinosaurs and reptiles, aspiring paleontologists can enrich their parks with these new star attractions.
The Brontosaurus, named after the king of the Titans, is one of the largest allosaurs of all time, a carnivorous sea-resistant style with strong, paddle-like fins that help him catch his prey.
Just as impressive is the DSungaripterus, a stocky, squandered aircraft, which is easily recognizable at its huge head and the long, bent pine. In addition, it has a characteristic comb. Paleontologists suspect that this could have served when flying as a rudder.
In addition to these new sea and flight reptiles, players can welcome the eye-catching Wuerhosaurus with his crooked attitude, which enables him to feed themselves from vegetation and undergrowth, as well as the small, but mighty mini, an armored ankylosaur, which is aligned by horizontally Bone plates distinguishes along the sides of his back, which protect him well before predators. These majestic beings that all have their own dynamic behaviors and needs will delight the guests and play the parks of the players with new challenges.
The DLC is introduced together with a free update, which offers existing players a number of new features and improvements. These include new buildings, which are modeled both the original Jurassic Park and the Department of Fish and Wildlife, including Lagoons and Volume, as well as the five campaign cards in Sandbox mode. The adaptation and creation is now even faster and profound, so that the player can overlap shrubs to create a more natural undergrowth. With the new random option, players can choose a wide range of sample and color combinations if they bring several dinosaurs to life at the same time.