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The subject of this article is from the base game.

A Fence is a structure used to contain dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution. The Light Steel fence is automatically unlocked at the start of the game with subsequent fences being unlocked on Isla Matanceros, Isla Muerta, and Isla Pena respectively.

Description

There are three types of fencing; each with an electrified and non-electrified option, as well as a gate. Although guests can see through fences, only through buildings such as the Viewing Platform and Viewing Gallery can Dinosaur Visibility be increased.

Dinosaurs that are Agitated will attempt to attack fences and all fences will take a certain number of hits before an attacking dinosaur breaks through them. Ranger Teams can repair damaged or destroyed fences while ACU Helicopters can be used to re-contain escaped dinosaurs. Tornadoes can also destroy fences.

Base game fences

Normal fences

Fence Description Cost Per Lenght
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Light Steel Fence
Light Steel Fences are the cheapest fencing option, but have the lowest durability. They are available to the player at the start of the game on Isla Matanceros.
  • $2,850
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Heavy Steel Fence
Heavy Steel fences are more expensive than light steel, but are also more durable. They are unlocked on Isla Muerta.
  • $6,270
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Concrete Wall
Concrete walls are the most expensive and durable fences in the game, and are used to contain powerful dinosaurs such as the Indominus rex. They are unlocked on Isla Pena.
  • $14,250

Electrified fences

Fence Description Cost Per Lenght
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Electrified Light Steel Fence
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Electrified Heavy Steel Fence
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Electrified Concrete Wall
Electrified fences are more expensive than the non-electrified versions, but provide increased durability and more significantly, a chance to cause attacking dinosaurs to abandon their attempt to break the fence.

Each length of electrified fencing requires three units of power to run; one for each segment. Unpowered electrified fences function the same as the non-electrified version. Electrified fences add a high voltage sign and two red lights to each length of fencing. Electrified concrete walls add two electrified bars on the top and bottom of the wall.

The electrified version of each fence type is unlocked on the same island as their basic variant.

  • $3,600
  • $7,920
  • $18,000

Return to Jurassic Park fences

Fence Description Cost Per Lenght
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Light Cable Fence
Light Cable Fences are the cheapest fencing option, but have the lowest durability. They are unlocked via research as the campaign progresses on Isla Nublar (1993).
  • $1,710
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Electrified Cable Fence
Electrified Cable Fences are more expensive than light cable, but are also more durable. They are unlocked via research as the campaign progresses on Isla Nublar (1993).
  • $3,762
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Heavy Cable Fence
Heavy Cable Fences are the most durable fences in the campaign, and are unlocked via research as the campaign progresses on Isla Nublar (1993).
  • $8,550

Trivia

  • Placing an electrified fence by itself consumes 3 power units, even if the player adds non-electrified fences to either side.
    • Because of this, it is recommended to place non-electrified fences first and stretch electrified fences as far as possible to save on power.
  • The design of the concrete wall is based on the walls of the Indominus rex Paddock while the heavy steel fence is based on the perimeter fence that surrounded the Gyrosphere Attraction.
  • The design of the heavy cable fence is based on its appearance from Jurassic Park III.

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