Jurassic World Evolution 2’s Next DLC, Camp Cretaceous, is Out March 8th

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Camp Cretaceous

Good news for Jurassic World Evolution 2 players: new DLC is on its way, and soon.

From next Tuesday, 8th March, players will be able to jump into Camp Cretaceous, a new piece of premium DLC that adds new dinosaurs into the popular dino-flavoured park-building sim. You’ll of course need to own Jurassic World Evolution 2 to use the content in Camp Cretaceous Dinosaur Pack, and it’ll cost you £7.99/$9.99 to buy.

The pack itself is inspired by a Netflix animated spin-off of the Jurassic Park series, Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous. It adds two new species to the game, two variants of existing dinosaurs, and eight new skins.

The two new dinosaur species coming to Jurassic World Evolution 2: Camp Cretaceous are:

  • Scorpios rex, a hybrid creation made by Dr. Henry Wu. It’s notable for its blood-red eyes, black scales and fearsome spikes. As if its appearance doesn’t give it away, it’s an aggressive breed that was originally deemed too dangerous to display to guests; and
  • Monolophosaurus, a medium-sized carnivore with sharp teeth and claws. It’s easily identified by its crest, which helps make its already-loud rour sound all the more ferocious.

These two new breeds are accompanied by two new herbivore variants: the Ouranosaurus and the Kentrosaurus. There’s also eight new skins for existing dinosaurs, including Bumpy the Ankylosaurus and Big Eatie the Tyrannosaurus rex. Perfect for those who like to have fun with their dinosaurs.

Camp Cretaceous Dinosaur Pack DLC will be available from 8th March. Jurassic World Evolution 2 is available on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

For more information, be sure to read our Jurassic World Evolution 2 review.

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