| If I'm not mistaken, that's an Indoraptor. More weapon than attraction, right? Just keep it away from the guests. Please. Unless we can charge more to see it.|
Similar to Indominus, Indoraptor can't be unlocked through typical means, and instead requires the full genome of both Indominus and Velociraptor, five Research Centers across the islands of the Muertes Archipelago and a high rating with the Security Division on Isla Sorna. Once these criteria have been met, Indoraptor can be unlocked via genetic research.
The Indoraptor was first added to the game with the Fallen Kingdom Dinosaur Update.
After the creation of Indominus rex under a secret agenda, Dr. Henry Wu was taken to a secure location to develop a new species of hybrid dinosaur for military use, after the former escaped and wreaked havoc on Isla Nublar in 2015. After retrieving a bone from Indominus on the now-deserted Nublar, a team of mercenaries hired by Eli Mills brought the sample to Wu, who used it to perfect the design. By combining the genomes of Indominus rex and Velociraptor, Wu tried to create the perfect specimen to use in combat. However, the first Indoraptor was a prototype that lacked the social skills to obey and follow command, which made it all the more lethal.
Shortly after the eruption of Mount Sibo on Isla Nublar, the Indoraptor specimen was almost sold in an auction for the surviving dinosaurs, though later escaped, pursuing Maisie Lockwood, Owen Grady, and Claire Dearing across the Lockwood Manor. The hybrid fought against the Velociraptor Blue, and after a protracted chase, he fell and got fatally impaled by the brow horns of an Agujaceratops skull.
Indoraptor shares many similarities with Indominus rex though is only about half the body length. It has black scales and a pair of orange streaks running down its sides. A series of quills also decorate its back and head. The forelimbs of the Indoraptor are nearly as long as its hindlimbs, which enables it to stand, walk, and run on all fours.
Indoraptor is an extremely aggressive hybrid. It'll try to escape like other dinosaurs, but will kill many more guests. It can't coexist with others of its own kind (unless specific social genes are applied to it prior to incubation) and it will kill almost anything up to the size of a Spinosaurus. Its behaviour is reminiscent to that of Indominus rex and Velociraptor. It'll fight with most dinosaurs it's enclosed with, including far larger carnivores such as Tyrannosaurus. However, Indoraptor will not attack large sauropods such as Apatosaurus and Brachiosaurus, and can therefore be exhibited with them.
- Indoraptor is a fictional hybrid species which served as the main dinosaur antagonist of the 2018 film Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
- The base genome of the Indoraptor is based on its appearance in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
- The Indoraptor was portrayed walking and even running quadrupedally in the film, also doing so in the game. This begs the question as to what modifications were made to the animal to facilitate this, as no known theropod dinosaur were able to walk quadrupedally.
- The Indoraptor was confirmed to be male in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. It is also the only male creature, hybrid or otherwise, in Jurassic World Evolution.
- In Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom concept art, a white skinned version of the Indoraptor is shown. However, it was cut from the film. This is possibly due to it being too similar to the Indominus rex and as such has not appeared in Jurassic World Evolution either.
- Due to the quills, or protofeathers, on its arms, head and back, the Indoraptor is technically one of the few feathered dinosaurs in the game. Others being Indominus rex and Velociraptor with the 2001 Male pattern, which also possess similar quills.