Frontier Developments is expanding its prehistoric park management sequel Jurassic World Evolution 2 next Thursday, 30th March, by slinging in a bunch of feathered dinos as part of its latest paid DLC.
Jurassic World Evolution 2’s Feathered Species Pack, as the DLC is known, is another strictly creature-focused expansion, adding four news dinos: bipedal “feathered tyrant” Yutyrannus, flying Jeholopterus, omnivorous Deinocheirus, and pack-hunting Sinosauropteryx.
Those four additions will set you back £5.99/€7.99/$7.99 USD when Jurassic World Evolution 2’s Feathered Species Pack – the game’s fourth paid DLC since launch – arrives next week on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC.
Frontier notes it’ll also be releasing a free update for all players alongside its Feathered Species Pack, introducing new observation areas for guests in the form of the Log Viewing Gallery and Dome Viewing Gallery, a new Cinematic Camera Mode, plus new decorative zip line variants.
Also coming in the free update on 30th March are six new square levels for sandbox mode, plus new settings for the likes of feeder reserves, income tax, and wild capture frequency.