New Park Managers’ Collection Pack Introduces 4 Creatures & T-Rex Skin in Jurassic World Evolution 2

The popular dinosaur theme park management sim “Jurassic World Evolution 2” recently announced the “Park Managers' Collection Pack” which introduces four types of creatures and new skins for T-Rex. , sales of the “Park Managers' Collection Pack” started today as planned, with Frontier Developments launching to introduce new creatures such as the small “Microceratus”, the pterosaur “Thanatos dracon”, “Segisaurus”, and the giant shark “Megalodon”. The trailer has been released.

In addition, in conjunction with the distribution of the “Park Managers' Collection Pack” DLC, the 1.11.0 update has started distribution, which includes three types of algae decorations, land lagoon lights, and several bug fixes and stability improvements. (Japanese patch notes)

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Jurassic World Evolution 2: Park Managers' Collection Pack

Jurassic World Evolution 2: Park Operator's Collection Pack features many of the most famous species. Bring your park to life and attract more guests with his four species, from the legendary behemoths of the sea and sky to the smallest paleontology in Earth's history.

Get 4 amazing species and a new T. rex skin:

megalodon

Megalodon is an apex predator that dominated the oceans for more than 13 million years. His jaw strength is 5 times that of a T-Rex. It is the largest shark ever discovered and the embodiment of ferocity.

Microceratus

A small ceratopsian that came from the late Cretaceous period. They have distinctive folds and use their agile movements and quickness to escape from predators. Its name means “little horn”. They are small herbivorous dinosaurs that prefer to live in large groups of the same species.

Segisaurus

Segisaurus, which roamed the sands of the Early Jurassic period, was a small theropod with long arms and powerful legs for its size. They were more fearless than their larger cousins, using their speed and cunning to hunt prey.

thanatos dracon

The Thanatos dragon, appropriately named “Dragon of Death,” dominated the skies of South America during the late Cretaceous period. It is a formidable pterosaur with huge wings that are approximately 9 meters long.

T Rex skin “Little Eaty”

T. rex with a new skin inspired by Little Eaty, the T. rex that first appeared in season 4 of Netflix's hit Jurassic World: Survival Camp, created by Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, and DreamWorks Animation. Let's customize it.

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