If you visited London’s Hyde Park you were in for a treat.
To celebrate the launch of the Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack yesterday Thursday, December 12, with a stunning aquatic display on the water of the Serpentine.
One of the new dinosaurs, Kronosaurus, was in action with the iconic London backdrop.
Frontier Developments plc (AIM: FDEV) first premium downloadable content (PDLC) for Jurassic World Evolution 2 – the Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack, features new land-dwelling dinosaurs, marine and flying reptiles
Following the critically acclaimed release of Jurassic World Evolution 2, players can discover an enchanting array of early-era species with four ancient species being offered as well as a host of new dinosaur and reptile dig sites to unearth, budding palaeontologists will be able to enhance their parks with these new star attractions.
Kronosaurus is named after the King of the Titans, is one of the largest ever pliosaurs; a carnivorous species of marine reptile with powerful, paddle-like flippers to help capture its prey.
Dsungaripterus, a stocky, stout pterosaur easily identified by its comparatively huge head, which features long, upcurved jaws and a distinctive crest, paleontologists speculate this crest might have served as a rudder when flying.
Wuerhosaurus a relative of the Stegosaurus, with its squat stance that places it low to the ground for it to feed on vegetation and undergrowth.
Minmi is a small but mighty, an armoured Ankylosaur that boasts horizontally oriented bone plates along the sides of its back, protecting it well from predators.
These majestic marvels, each with their own set of dynamic behaviours and needs, will thrill guests and bring new challenges to players’ parks.
While the PDLC will cost alongside it is a free update offering existing players a range of new features and enhancements.
These include the addition of new buildings themed after both the Jurassic Park and the Department of Fish and Wildlife building sets, including lagoons and aviaries, and inclusion of the five campaign maps in Sandbox mode.
Customisation and creation is now even quicker and deeper, allowing players to overlap shrubs to make more natural-looking undergrowth.
The all new randomise option, players can opt for a broad variety of pattern and colour combinations when bringing dinosaurs to life in batches.
The Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous Pack requires the Jurassic World Evolution 2 base game to download and play.
Jurassic World Evolution 2 is available on PC via Steam, Epic Games Store and GeForce Now, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One at a suggested retail price of £49.99/$59.99/€59.99.
The PDLC is out now for a suggested retail price of £5.99/$7.99/€7.99.