Jurassic World in the end hug the furry dinosaurs with Jurassic World Dominionand now Jurassic World Evolution 2 follows. The aptly titled Feathered Species Pack The park-building simulator comes out on March 30 for $7.99 and includes four feathered dinosaur species. It is also compatible with a large free update.
The new species are in the above slideshow and featured image. Yutyrannus, which translates as “feathered tyrant,” in the featured image is one of the largest known feathered carnivores discovered and first found in Northeast China. Deinocheirus, the duck-billed dinosaur, was one of the largest ornithomimosaurs (ostrich-like creatures) ever discovered. It feeds on plants and fish. Jeholopterus is a flying reptile and is the smallest species to reach Jurassic World Evolution 2 until today. The last dinosaur, Sinosauropteryx, is notable because its fossils were the first to suggest feathered dinosaurs when it was discovered in 1996.
the free game update (that Frontier Developments just went live) includes several new elements, quality-of-life features, and bug fixes. Remote viewing galleries are a new feature and give visitors a way to better admire the dinosaurs in their pens. There’s also a new cinematic camera feature that allows players to “switch between camera angles and viewpoints” to capture photos of wildlife. It looks like a kind of Photo Mode, because polygonal photographers can also add a suite of overlays and cosmetic options to change how the photo comes out. Ziplines also get another variant based on Jurassic Parkwhich means users can mix and match seasons.
The Sandbox mode has even been overhauled as it receives six new square levels based on the game’s six biomes. Southwest USA, San Diego and California also gained three more square levels. Players can further tweak some options such as taxation, feeders, decorative leaves, and wild capture frequency in Sandbox mode.
Quality-of-life features include instant construction of amenities, toilets, and shelters, the ability to more quickly place multiples in the same building, small dinosaurs with more characteristics, and changes in Sauropod combat and carnivore hunting. PlayStation 4 players can also upload their progress to the PS5 version of the game and merge their progress. This last part is also amazing included in the first patchbut can be buggy, according to the others users. More detailed patch notes will drop on March 30.