Frontier Developments have released some new DLC and free content for Jurassic World Evolution.
Claire’s Sanctuary adds a new mission chain inspired by the events of Fallen Kingdom, where you are tasked with evacuating dinosaurs before Isla Nublar’s volcano erupts. There’s also the new Jurassic Tour attraction, the paleobotany tech tree that allows you to revive extinct plants, and three new dinosaurs (Albertosaurus, Euoplocephalus and Ouranosaurus). The new DLC costs $14.99. You can find a trailer above.
The DLC coincides with a free patch, Update 1.8, that adds new enclosure decorations, fish feeders and reworks to dinosaurs that prefer wetlands, enhanced terrain options, and more.
Here’s a rundown of the new DLC:
Time is running out! The once dormant Mt. Sibo is expected to erupt at any time and threatens to send the dinosaurs of Isla Nublar back to extinction. Leap into action with former Jurassic World Operations Manager, Claire Dearing, and work together on this rescue mission to save these magnificent creatures.
While the pressure is on to evacuate the dinosaurs, a mysterious illness is afflicting them and preventing their transport to safety. Determine the cause of the disease, develop and administer a cure, and send the dinosaurs to the safety of a new home. Following Claire’s ideals on dinosaur wellbeing, create a model ecological habitat on the paradise island of Sanctuary and balance dinosaur needs with the realities of running a commercial park.
Alongside the new campaign, Jurassic World Evolution: Claire’s Sanctuary introduces all new structures, features and three new dinosaurs – the Albertosaurus, Euoplocephalus and Ouranosaurus – bringing new challenges to your islands.
New paleobotany features and the new Greenhouse facility let you research and develop extinct plant species for your dinosaurs’ enclosures, and a new off-road ‘Jurassic Tour’ truck ride for park visitors can be dispatched from its own new building.