Hello there, this is Dr. Henry Wu speaking. I know you’ve been working hard across the islands to design and breed the most awe-inspiring and, sometimes, fear-inducing creatures. You’ve had success, I can tell, and I like your methods. So I’m here to ask for your assistance. I’ve got a very, very special project for you, should you choose to join me in my efforts. Think about it, but do know: the reward we will reap is… compelling, to say the least.
Secrets of Dr. Wu is a downloadable content pack for Jurassic World Evolution. It was released alongside Update 1.5 on November 20, 2018. Secrets of Dr. Wu was the first paid DLC released for the game, and it includes a new series of missions featuring Dr. Henry Wu and his further experiments on the creation of new species of hybrid dinosaurs.
Face your toughest challenge yet! Hidden within Las Cinco Muertes is an intriguing new storyline featuring campaign missions from Dr. Henry Wu, who remains dedicated to his research with hybrid dinosaurs.
As the story unfolds, you will learn that Dr. Wu has access to previously unseen locations, including his hidden hybrid development facility, kept secret even from the Hammond Foundation. These facilities will be based on two new locations on Isla Muerta and Isla Tacaño.
Work alongside the Divisions, while secretly answering to Dr. Wu. Earn his trust to gain access to new dig sites and bring to life five new dinosaurs, three of them being Dr. Wu’s hybrids. These exciting new discoveries will bring chaos caused by conflicts of interest as well as the dinosaurs themselves.
Missions: Embark on new campaign missions featuring B.D. Wong, reprising his role as Henry Wu from Jurassic Park, Jurassic World and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
Genetic Research: Using new Research Options, players can customise their dinosaurs to an even greater extent, increasing or decreasing population and social needs, as well as stress levels. Completing missions and furthering Dr. Wu’s agenda will advance your research to unlock the Indominus rex camouflage gene.