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Jurassic World Evolution 2: Park Manager’s Collection Pack set to release on May 16th

The Jurassic World Evolution 2: Park Manager’s Collection Pack is set to release on May 16th for PC and consoles for $7.99 and will features four new species for park guests to behold. You can check out a trailer above and read below for more details:

Jurassic World Evolution 2: Park Manager’s Collection Pack arrives on Thursday 16th May on PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, Windows Store and GeForce Now, PlayStation®5, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One for a suggested retail price of £5.99/$7.99/€7.99.

From legendary prehistoric giants of the ocean and sky to diminutive dinosaurs that once walked the earth, this selection introduces four incredible species that are a marvel for park guests to behold:

  • Megalodon is an apex predator that ruled the oceans for over thirteen million years. With a bite five times stronger than that of a T. rex, this colossal hunter is the largest shark ever discovered and the true meaning of ferocity.
  • Hailing from the Late Cretaceous period, Microceratus is small ceratopsid has a distinctive frill and moves with agility and speed to avoid predators. With a name meaning ‘small-horned’, this fascinating little herbivore likes to live in larger groups of their own species.
  • Scurrying through the sands of the Early Jurassic Period, Segisaurus is a small therapod with long arms and powerful legs for its size. Less fearsome than its larger brethren, it relies on speed and cunning to hunt its prey.
  • Thanatosdrakon, an aptly named ‘dragon of death’ which ruled over the prehistoric skies of South America during the Late Cretaceous period. With an enormous wingspan of approximately 30 ft, this giant Pterosaur is an ariel force to be reckoned with.

The DLC also introduces a new T. rex skin variant based on Little Eatie, which players may recognise from season four of Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, and DreamWorks Animation’s hit series on Netflix, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous.

All players will also receive a free base-game update bringing new Lagoon decorations and lighting.

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