New deadly dinosaurs have arrived in Jurassic World Evolution

New deadly dinosaurs have arrived in Jurassic World Evolution

Did you hear that, three new dino’s have arrived in Jurassic World Evolution, the Herrerasaurus, Proceratosaurus and Acrocanthosaurus. But they are not alone, a new update has also arrived for the game and features a camera mode, amongst other things.

The Jurassic World Evolution: Carnivore Dinosaur Pack introduces three new meat-eating dinosaurs to players’ islands.

The Herrerasaurus is a well-adapted carnivore with a narrow skull and serrated teeth for tearing into flesh, along with an unusually flexible joint in its lower jaw, allowing it to pin prey with a vice-like grip.

The Proceratosaurus is small in stature but this carnivorous two-legged dinosaur from the middle Jurassic period is an ancient relative of the mighty Tyrannosaurus rex.

The Acrocanthosaurus is a large and muscular dinosaur from the Cretaceous period. Studies of its skull and inner-ear reveal it would have had an unusual posture, lowering its head when running to maintain balance.

Also available today, all Jurassic World Evolution players will receive a free game update introducing ‘Capture Mode.’ Players can now freely control the camera and deactivate the in-game HUD to take the best-ever screenshots of their dinosaurs.