Jurassic World Evolution Update: Three New Meat-Eaters Are Here With Carnivore Dinosaur Pack

Capture Mode included in update
Jurassic World Evolution
Jurassic World Evolution Frontier Development

The Carnivore Dinosaur Pack for Jurassic World Evolution has arrived and introduces three new carnivores.

Based on the major motion picture, Jurassic World Evolution is developed by Frontier Developments in collaboration with Universal Games and Digital Platforms. In the game, players are tasked with managing the operations of the iconic Isla Nublar along with the islands that comprise the Muertes Archipelago.

Players can build their own Jurassic World by constructing attractions, research facilities, and containment areas. Players can even create their own dinosaurs to add to the theme park. Helping players throughout the game is none other than Dr. Ian Malcolm. In addition, players also get to meet the key personnel in charge of Entertainment, Science, and Security. Each person gives advice on how to proceed and players decide on whom to follow.

Players need to keep a close watch on the reputation of each division. If any get too low, it can create issues. For example, the power can go out if Security drops too low, freeing the dinosaurs.

For the Carnivore Dinosaur Pack, players get these new terrible lizards added to their park:


Jurassic World Evolution: Herrerasaurus
Jurassic World Evolution: Herrerasaurus Frontier Development

A well-adapted carnivore with a narrow skull and serrated teeth for tearing into flesh, along with an unusually flexible joint in its lower jaw, allowing it to pin prey with a vice-like grip.


Jurassic World Evolution: Proceratosaurus
Jurassic World Evolution: Proceratosaurus Frontier Development

Small in stature but this carnivorous two-legged dinosaur from the middle Jurassic period is an ancient relative of the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex.


Jurassic World Evolution: Acrocanthosaurus
Jurassic World Evolution: Acrocanthosaurus Frontier Developments

A large and muscular dinosaur from the Cretaceous period. Studies of its skull and inner-ear reveal it would have had an unusual posture, lowering its head when running to maintain balance.

The free game update “Capture Mode” has also been released alongside the Carnivore Dinosaur Pack. Here, players can control the camera freely. They can even deactivate the in-game HUD in order to get the best screenshots of their dinosaurs. Features include, among others, UI toggle, time slow down, and free-form camera.

Jurassic World Evolution: Carnivore Dinosaur Pack is available for $4.99 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One digital stores. Jurassic World Evolution must be installed in order to play the Carnivore Dinosaur DLC.

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