Three new dinosaurs join Jurassic World: Evolution
Jurassic World: Evolution players can now add three new dinosaurs to their park with the release of the Herbivore Dinosaur Pack.
The DLC is available now for $4.99 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, and introduces the Dyrosuarus, the Homalocephale, and Nigersaurus to the game. A brief description of each, courtesy of Frontier, can be found below:
- The Dryosaurus is a forest dweller who relies on speed and dexterity for survival, using its stiff tail as ballast to swiftly change direction while running.
- The Homalocephale gets its name from the smooth, even shape of her head. It sports a flat, wedge-shaped skull used as a tool for head-butting.
- The Nigersaurus is one of the smallest Sauropods discovered. It measures 9 meters long and despite its long neck, the Nigersaurus is a grazer, feeding from plants close to the ground and near riverbeds.
Also available today is a new update that adds the option to use any island in Sandbox after it has been unlocked in career and use sand variants for all islands.
Jurassic World: Evolution is available now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
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