Three New Deadly Carnivores Arrive in Jurassic World Evolution Today

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Frontier Developments plc today announced the Jurassic World Evolution: Carnivore Dinosaur Pack is available now for PC, the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and the Xbox One all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. Based on Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s blockbuster franchise, and created in collaboration with Universal Games and Digital Platforms, Jurassic World Evolution: Carnivore Dinosaur Pack adds three new dinosaurs to Jurassic World Evolution and arrives alongside a free update for all players featuring a new camera mode for would-be dinosaur photographers.

See the new carnivorous dinosaurs in action below:

The Jurassic World Evolution: Carnivore Dinosaur Pack introduces three new meat-eating dinosaurs to players’ islands.

  •       The Herrerasaurus is a well-adapted carnivore with a narrow skull and serrated teeth for tearing into flesh, along with an unusually flexible joint in its lower jaw, allowing it to pin prey with a vice-like grip.
  •       The Proceratosaurus is small in stature but this carnivorous two-legged dinosaur from the middle Jurassic period is an ancient relative of the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex.
  •       The Acrocanthosaurus is a large and muscular dinosaur from the Cretaceous period. Studies of its skull and inner-ear reveal it would have had an unusual posture, lowering its head when running to maintain balance.

Also available today, all Jurassic World Evolution players will receive a free game update introducing ‘Capture Mode.’ Players can now freely control the camera and deactivate the in-game HUD to take the best-ever screenshots of their dinosaurs.

Jurassic World Evolution: Carnivore Dinosaur Pack is available now for £3.99 ($4.99, €4.99) on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One digital stores. Downloadable content requires Jurassic World Evolution to play. Pricing may differ between platform and territory.

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