The New ‘Carnivore Dinosaur Pack’ DLC Adds More Teeth To ‘Jurassic World Evolution’

April 24, 2019

Written by Capt McNeely

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Adding more carnivores to your own Jurassic Park, what could go wrong right? Well, Frontier Games gave me the opportunity to try out their latest DLC for Jurassic World Evolution, the “Carnivore Dinosaur Pack” that features three new dinosaurs.

 

 

 

 

They come in three sizes, small, medium, and large but let’s start off with the small one first since it’s my favorite of the three, the Proceratosaurus, this little guy is your standard pack following eating machine, though it’s my favorite its weak against many of the bigger dinos.

 

 

 

 

The Herrerasaurus is the next size up, it acts like the Indoraptor from the “Fallen Kingdom” DLC in how it attacks other dinos and guests, a vicious bugger!

 

 

 

 

Finally the big boy, the Acrocanthosaurus. This pudgy Rex looking dino is pretty tough against smaller carnivores but can be easily taken down by a T-Rex. I like how much detail went into it for the game, in real life scientists believe how its ear bones developed made them run with their heads down in order to stay balanced, the Acrocanthosaurus runs with its head down in the game!

Though it will cost you to get the DLC, a free update was put into the game, Capture Mode. This mode allows you to take cinematic looking pictures from your park. All the screenshots used in this article was from the capture mode! You can take nice scenic pictures of your park running smoothly…or not.

 

 

 

 

The part that’s kind of funny is when the NPC (non-playable character) park goers are running for their lives and you activate capture mode, if you look carefully within the crowds, you will find some pretty creepy looking people!

 

 

A perfect example of why you should not clone Nigel Thornberry

 

 

You can almost make it like there are zombies in your park! Don’t worry, if you want them to look normal again, in capture mode you have the option to run the animation in slow motion, normal speed, and pause, just activate the slow-mo and their faces will become normal.

 

 

But where’s the fun in that?!

 

 

Overall, the new DLC will help add more to your parks and the capture mode will give you hours of artistic creativity where you can make up your own story with each picture you take…

 

 

…she tripped him…

 

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