Despite having around 100 dinosaurs already in the game, there are still more dinosaur DLC packs arriving in Jurassic World Evolution 2. The newly released Cretaceous Predator Pack adds four new hatchable carnivores: Gigantoraptor, Concavenator, Utahraptor, and Tarbosaurus.

It’s out now on PC, PlayStation, and Xbox ($7.99).

The most recognizable is probably Tarbosaurus. This close relative of the classic T-Rex can be seen in the Netflix interactive special, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous: Hidden Adventure.

The Utahraptor is one the largest of the Dromaeosaurus family — aka raptors, and sports a coat of feathers.

The Gigantoraptor is a bit more goofy-looking, resembling a monstrous chicken, while the Concavenator is a large predator with a unique humped spine.

As usual with Frontier’s DLC releases, the pack releases alongside a free update (Update 8). Update 8 adds Prebuilt Sandbox Layouts, which is a great way to jumpstart a new park, as well as new decorations for customization.

The update also adds five new variants, reflecting dinosaurs seen in certain Jurassic World media, such as the Pteranodon in Jurassic Park 3 and Allosaurus from Jurassic World Dominion.

Other improvements include randomized species tech tree, synchronized pack tactics for predators, and automated hatcheries.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 is available on PC (Steam, Epic) PlayStation, and Xbox. It’s rated T for Teen.


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