Jurassic World Evolution 2 Early Cretaceous pack out next week

Jurassic World Evolution 2 will be getting its first DLC through the Early Cretaceous pack, and it will be launched on December 9th. The Early Cretaceous pack will add four new dinosaurs to the Jurassic World Evolution 2, and they are a mix of land based and water based. The four dinosaurs are the Kronosaurus, Dsungaripterus, Minmi, and Wuerhosaurus. A price of $7.99 has been given for the DLC. You can check out the Kronosaurus in the trailer.


If you need more information for each dinosaur then look slightly further down:

  • Kronosaurus is named after the King of the Titans, Kronos, as it is one of the largest ever pliosaurs, a carnivorous species of marine reptiles with powerful, paddle-like flippers to help it capture its prey.
  • Dsungaripterus is a small and stout pterosaur, easily identified by its distinctive head crest and its long, upcurved jaw.
  • Minmi is a small, tank-like dinosaur belonging to the ankylosaur family. Unlike other ankylosaurians, it has horizontally oriented bone plates running along the sides of its back, making the Minmi well-protected against predators.
  • Wuerhosaurus is part of the stegosaurid family of dinosaurs. It sits low to the ground in order to feed on lower vegetation and uses tail spikes as a defence against any potential predators.

In our review for Jurassic World Evolution 2, Dom wrote: “Jurassic World Evolution 2 is bigger, better, and bolder, and smooths off some of the original’s rough edges. Frontier has tinkered with the management sim aspects, and brought in a canonical campaign into the mix that follows directly on from the events in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, but the dinosaurs remain the star of the show. If you’re a fan of the franchise – and really, who doesn’t love uncontrollable carnivores? – then Jurassic World Evolution 2 is a perfect sequel.”

Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Crustaceous pack will be available on PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, and Xbox One.

Source: Press Release

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