A mini-DLC pack has been released for dinosaur park sim Jurassic World Evolution. Much like the Carnivore Dinosaur Pack that released earlier this year, The Herbivore Dinosaur Pack adds three new dinosaurs for $4.99. It’s available on PC (Steam), PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Here are the official descriptions of the new dinosaurs in the Herbivore Dinosaur Pack:
- The Dryosaurus is a forest dweller who relies on speed and dexterity for survival, using its stiff tail as ballast to swiftly change direction while running.
- The Homalocephale gets its name from the smooth, even shape of her head. It sports a flat, wedge-shaped skull used as a tool for head-butting.
- The Nigersaurus is one of the smallest Sauropods discovered. It measures 9 meters long and despite its long neck, the Nigersaurus is a grazer, feeding from plants close to the ground and near riverbeds.
Also releasing with the Herbivore Dinosaur Pack is the free 1.10 Update, which adds a sandbox mode to every island. Previously only Isla Nublar was used as a sandbox park.
Islands must first be unlocked via the campaign (or purchased for DLC islands). Once unlocked the other islands can now be played in sandbox mode from the main menu. Note that research levels are still unlocked via the campaign.
In sandbox mode, feeders can be set to infinite. The 1.10 patch brings a much requested feature to immediately refill all feeders, rather than wait for rangers to restock them.
Jurassic World Evolution and the Herbivore Dinosaur Pack are available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One.
Jurassic World Evolution is already one of my favorite games of the year. Next month it’s getting a significant update in the 1.4 patch, which hits September 13. You can watch…
Available On: PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Fifteen years ago I fell in love with Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis. It was the original dinosaur park sim that let me prove that breeding dinosaurs for consumer entertainment is a totally valid business strategy.
Now from the makers of Planet Coaster comes Jurassic World Evolution. Like the current era of Jurassic World films it’s not quite as good as the original. But Evolution does feature all the joy and danger of breeding and housing dinosaurs for entertainment that makes the concept so richly compelling.