Landscaping is the means through which players modify the terrain and environment in Jurassic World Evolution. Landscaping was expanded with Update 1.8 through the addition of terrain painting, new nature brushes, and other small changes to the system, such as toggle-able contour lines. A sand painting tool was added to Isla Nublar with Update 1.8.3.
Landscaping is divided into 4 different methods that modify different elements of the environment and terrain, those being nature, water, terrain, and painting tools. Each general tool has a series of brushes available within their given tool menu, a removal brush, and the ability to choose from 3 different sized radiuses within which a given brush will be used.
The painting tool brushes available through landscaping vary depending on the island.
The Nature Tool includes a variety of foliage brushes that allow different types of foliage to be painted across the terrain. The ability to paint with the foliage brushes across sand, dirt, shale, and rock terrain is severely limited compared to grass terrain.
|Nature Brush||In Game|
The Water tool includes the water brush that allows for terrain to be replaced by water. Individual water pools must be at the same height to be connected to one another.
|Water Brush||In Game|
The Terrain tool includes a variety of brushes that allow for the modification of terrain height and slope. The slope created by terrain brushes has 7 different levels of intensity.
|Terrain Brush||In Game|
The Painting tool includes a variety of brushes that allow for the modification of the terrain's type.
|Painting Brush||In Game|
Island Specific Painting Tool Brushes
|Isla Muerta / Muerta East|
|Isla Tacaño / Tacaño Research Facility|
- The grassland brush originally painted with an island specific brush prior to Update 1.8.
- On Isla Pena, for example, the grassland brush would paint with what is now the crag brush.
- Macaws are sometimes seen when flying away after the add or remove forest landscaping tools are used.