Frontier Developments know what makes a park-management sim tick. They’ve proven it with Planet Coaster, and they’ve done it a couple of times with Jurassic World Evolution. It’s the second game in that franchise which is the main draw at this time, as Jurassic World Evolution 2 gets a Late Cretaceous Pack.
Available to purchase, download and add into your Jurassic World Evolution 2 base game right now, following on from those which have come before it – the Early Cretaceous Pack, the Camp Cretaceous Dinosaur Pack and the most recent Dominion Biosyn Expansion – the Late Cretaceous Pack pretty much does as you’d expect of a DLC drop with such a name.
It focuses on four new dinos, those which used to roam the land in the Late Cretaceous period. And there’s a bit of everything included too – land beasts, sea-dwelling creatures and those which used to take to the skies. If you’re looking for some new species to drop into your park, these should well be of consideration.
But what do you get exactly? Well, there’s the magnificent Barbaridactylus, a crested flying hunter; the extraordinary Alamosaurus, one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered; the agile Australovenator, with its sharp teeth and claws; and the striking Styxosaurus, complete with three mesmerising bioluminescent patterns.
These arrive in the Late Cretaceous Pack and by spending a mere £5.99 you’ll discover all of these new dinosaurs dropping in for action. You’ll find it on the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, as well as on the stores of PlayStation and PC.
There’s more though and alongside this pack, the Frontier team have pushed a free download to the masses. It adds exciting new features and enhancements, including new lagoon customisation, lighting colour options, quality-of-life updates, and more.
We’ll get adding these new dinosaurs to our park and let you know how they fit in via a full review of the Jurassic World Evolution 2: Late Cretaceous Pack. Let us know if you decide to grab it too.
Showcase four stunning new prehistoric species in your parks with Jurassic World Evolution 2: Late Cretaceous Pack. Inspired by the fascinating Late Cretaceous period, this pack includes four captivating species that roamed the land, sea and air over 65 million years ago, from soaring, stealthy hunters of the skies to one of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered.