Jurassic World Evolution Gets New Herbivores in Latest DLC

Frontier Developments have released another dinosaur pack DLC for Jurassic World Evolution.

The Herbivore Dinosaur Pack adds Homalocephale, Dryosaurus, and Nigersaurus to the game’s already extensive collection of dinosaurs. You can check out a launch trailer above.

The DLC is accompanied by a free update that makes some tweaks to the game’s sandbox mode, which you can read about here.

Here’s a rundown of the new content:

Increase the diversity of your park with the addition of three new distinct herbivores.

The Jurassic World Evolution: Herbivore Dinosaur Pack adds three unique sociable plant eaters that are a great addition to any vibrant park.

Homalocephale: With a name that means ‘even head’, Homalocephale sports a flat, thickened, wedge-shaped skull used as a tool for head-butting.

Dryosaurus: Preferring forested habitats, Dryosaurus rely on their speed and dexterity. They use their stiff tail while running as a counterbalance.

Nigersaurus: One of the smallest Sauropods, they measure around 9 meters long. Despite their long neck, Nigersaurs are grazers, feeding from plants close to the ground.

The Herbivore Dinosaur Pack is available on Windows PC (via Steam), PS4, and Xbox One for $4.99. You can find out review of the base game here.



Frank was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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