Welcome, Park Managers, to our latest Species Pack!
Introducing the new Jurassic World Evolution 2: Prehistoric Marine Species Pack, coming August 10.
Give your guests an unforgettable underwater experience with four new marine species. House gentle giants, prehistoric reptiles, and powerful, armoured predators in your lagoons.
Shall we take a closer look at what's coming in the Jurassic World Evolution 2: Prehistoric Marine Species Pack?
There's a reason that Archelon's name means 'Ruler Turtle'! Thought to have lived in the Late Cretaceous Period, Archelon remains the largest turtle ever discovered. With giant flippers, Archelon was a fast swimmer, which is bound to make it a breathtaking addition for your guests!
Sporting a massive, sharpened jaw, this powerful armoured fish was one of the most intimidating of its time. This voracious predator could soon be stalking your lagoons, for better or worse...
Look at those teeth! This nimble, distinctive predator roamed the shores of the Late Triassic, propelling itself forward with webbed feet. With a bioluminescent skin also available, your guests won't be able to tear their eyes away from this incredible species.
With a notably rotund frame, Shonisaurus was the graceful giant of the Late Triassic period. With only a long, skinny snout, the Shonisaurus would rely on its size to fend off would be predators.
You'll be able to make your Lagoons truly stand out with an all-new Lagoon Rock Platform. This will provide an above-water resting spot for both Archelon and Nothosaurus, whilst also providing your park guests with an incredible look at these stunning species.
We've got some very exciting features coming in Update 7, which is free to all Jurassic World Evolution 2 players, including quality of life and bug fixes.
However, you'll have to come back tomorrow (Friday August 4) to get all of the details, in our upcoming Free Update Highlight.
In the meantime, you can wishlist the Jurassic World Evolution 2: Prehistoric Marine Species Pack here.
Which of our new species are you most excited for, Park Managers?