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RETURN TO JURASSIC PARK
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Paid Downloadable Content for Jurassic World Evolution

The Return to Jurassic Park is the third expansion pack for Jurassic World Evolution. It was released alongside Update 1.12 on December 10, 2019. Return to Jurassic Park features a new campaign based on Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna, inviting players to rebuild the original Jurassic Park with the help of Dr. Ian Malcolm, Dr. Ellie Sattler and Dr. Alan Grant, played by the original cast of the 1993 blockbluster.

The expansion includes a range of new buildings, such as the Visitor Center and Aviary, a range of new dinosaur skins and models, and two classic and highly anticipated species from the film franchise, Compsognathus and Pteranodon.

Description

Welcome back to Jurassic Park…
Following the events of the iconic 1993 film, you are invited to return to the island where it all started. Reclaim the park from the dinosaurs, rebuild beloved locations, and overcome brand new challenges guided by Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and Dr. Ian Malcolm in an original narrative voiced by the film cast.

Features

Jurassic Park

JPVisitorCenter

The Jurassic Park Visitor Center.

New Species

JPAviary2

A Pteranodon soars in an aviary.

  • Compsognathus: These dinosaurs lived in the Late Jurassic in what is now Europe. Weighing between 0.83 and 3.5 kg, Compsognathus would have relied on its quick reactions and high speed and manoeuvrability in order to catch its prey, which - unlike other dinosaurs - is well known due to fossil evidence of small lizards found in the stomachs of both known specimens.
  • Pteranodon: A genus of Late Cretaceous pterosaur, flying reptiles that - while not dinosaurs themselves - share the clade Avemetatarsalia with dinosaurs. The name is derived from Greek meaning "wing without tooth". With wingspans over 7 metres, these reptiles would have been extremely light and delicate in order to be able to fly.

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