Early Cretaceous Pack is now available in Jurassic World Evolution 2


Summary

  • The first downloadable content of Jurassic World Evolution 2 It is available now for Xbox One and Xbox Series X | S.
  • The DLC contains four impressive new prehistoric species.
  • The DLC comes with a wonderful free update.

After the big launch of Jurassic World Evolution 2 In November, we are very excited to add even more amazing content to our popular dinosaur management simulation. Early Cretaceous Pack is the first downloadable content of Jurassic World Evolution 2. It has four impressive prehistoric species for you to add to your parks. Microsoft Store (Argentina, chili, Colombia and Mexico).

Now let’s take a look at the four new species in the pack that will keep your guests entertained and add even more appeal to your park. We will begin 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-shaped fins and a variety of sharp teeth ideal for capturing prey. As soon as you take a look at this impressive species, you’ll see why it earned a spot in the debut DLC of Jurassic World Evolution 2.

Just as impressive is the Dsungaripterus, a robust species that is easily identified by its proportionately huge head with long, upward-curving jaws and distinctive crest. Paleontologists believe that this crest could have served as a rudder when flying. Meet this species in Early Cretaceous PackAnd be sure to provide the Dsungaripterus with everything it needs to thrive.

In addition to our flying and marine reptiles, we have two fascinating land dinosaurs that will go very well with your parks. Minmi is a small but powerful dinosaur belonging to the ankylosaurus family. Unlike other ankylosaurs, this one has horizontally oriented bony plates along the sides of its back, providing excellent protection against predators.

The second land dinosaur in the herd is the surprising Wuerhosaurus, part of the stegosaurid family. Like the most famous member of that family, the stegosaurus, the Wuerhosaurus uses the brutal spikes on its tail as a defense against potential predators. Its short front legs allow it to stay close to the ground to feed on bushes and undergrowth. Together, these four prehistoric species are the perfect additions to the first DLC of Jurassic World Evolution 2.

However, that’s not all, we are also updating the game with a number of amazing improvements. This free update (Update 1) will be released together with Early Cretaceous Packof payment. Highlights include improvements to sandbox mode, which adds the five campaign maps to sandbox mode, new buildings with the theme of “Jurassic Park” and the sets of buildings of the Department of Fish and Wildlife that include lagoons and aviaries. Likewise, surface view versions of all Sandbox levels were added. Also, we added a variety of game balance changes, including the frequency of storms and disease outbreaks in Chaos Theory, and adjusted some of the Dinosaur Mastery stats.

We are very excited for you to explore this update and discover the new prehistoric animals we have added. Acquire Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack and add four new prehistoric species to your park! Early Cretaceous Pack (requires base game Jurassic Evolution 2 to play) and the free update are now available on Xbox Series S | X and Xbox One in the Microsoft Store (Argentina, chili, Colombia and Mexico).