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The ACU Center, short for Asset Containment Unit, is an operations building in Jurassic World Evolution which is unlocked automatically at the start of the game. Update 1.12 added multiple new ranger tools, including the camera, medical darts, and flares.

Description

The ACU Center is used to tranquilize, transport, sell, medicate, and remove dead dinosaurs as well as deploy flares and take photos. The ACU Center helicopter can be manually flown or assigned to perform tasks automatically. The Asset Transport Helicopter is also integrated into this building, allowing the player to transport or sell tranquilized dinosaurs.

ACU Helicopter Ammo

  • Tranqicon Tranquilizers: Shooting dinosaurs with tranquilizers will put them to sleep and allow them to be moved by the Asset Transport Helicopter.
  • Medicateicon Medication: Shooting medical darts at sick dinosaurs will cure them of their relevant disease.
  • Flareicon Flares: Shooting flares will attract all nearby dinosaurs to a flares location, distracting them from ranger vehicles.

Upgrades

Icon ACU Center Upgrades Cost
Reloadspeed
ACU RELOAD SPEED
Improved rifle maintenance increases reload speed of ACU Teams assigned Tranquillize tasks.
  • ACU RELOAD SPEED 1.0
  • ACU RELOAD SPEED 2.0
  • ACU RELOAD SPEED 3.0
  • $20.000
  • $40.000
  • $60.000
Accuracy
ACU ACCURACY
Training Simulators improve accuracy of ACU Teams assigned Tranquillize tasks.
  • ACU ACCURACY 1.0
  • ACU ACCURACY 2.0
  • ACU ACCURACY 3.0
  • $20.000
  • $40.000
  • $60.000
Acuteamscheduling
ACU SCHEDULING
A Scheduling Unit enables 1 additional task to be assigned to ACU Teams.
  • $20.000

Skins

Base Game

Skin Name
ACUBasicHelicopter
Default ACU Helicopter

Pre-order Bonus

Skin Platform
SteamACU
PC
PS4ACU
Playstation 4
Digital
PS4PhysicalACU
Playstation 4
Physical Copy
XboxACU
Xbox One
Digital
XboxPhysicalACU
Xbox One
Physical Copy

Trivia

  • The helicopter in use resembles a Eurocopter AS565 Panther.
  • In Jurassic World, the ACU workers operate primarily on foot rather than by helicopter.

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