Jurassic World Evolution 2 Release Date and Pre-Order Bonuses


If you were a fan of Jurassic World Evolution, then wait til you hear about Jurassic World Evolution 2. The prehistoric zoo tycoon game enamoured many world-simulator fans and but now we want more. More dinosaurs, more features, more everything. Something that’s quite apt considering the message of the first Jurassic World movie. When dinosaurs are readily available, eventually they’ll become boring and uninspiring, we’ll want more teeth!

Much like that scene in the Jurassic World movie, where the T-Rex comes out of the dark to fight the Indominous, so has Jurassic World Evolution 2 come to beat up its predecessor.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Release Date

Jurassic World Evolution 2 is scheduled for a November 9th 2021 release.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 Pre Order Bonus

It wouldn’t be modern-day gaming without pre-order bonuses. That being said, if you were planning on getting the game either way, then maybe three unique vehicle skins inspired by 1997’s iconic The Lost World: Jurassic Park to use across your teams in Challenge and Sandbox modes might seem more appealing.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 New Dinosaurs

As you may or may not know, we only have a limited number of dinosaurs at our digital disposal in the first Jurassic World Evolution game. Of course the first game featured dino-fan favourites. But the sequel will be adding a small handful of new boys;

Geosternbergia, Attenborosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, Huayangosaurus & Megalosaurus.

Geosternbergia

Geosternbergia

You may recognise the Geosternbergia from your nightmares. A Ptedordactyle that’s been stretched out just enough to become terrifying. With a wingspan of 7.5 metres, this flying torpedo was a king of the skies.

Attenborosaurus

Attenborosaurus

Named after the British national treasure, the Attenborosaurus was a giant marine-dinosaur originally found in Dorset, England.

Pachyrhinosaurus

Pachyrhinosaurus

If you’re not wearing your main form of armour and weaponry on your head, are you really a Great Lizard? If you’re a fan of the ceratopsid genus, the Pachyrhinosaurus is a new addition to your collection.

Huayangosaurus

Huayangosaurus

Huayangosaurus is a basically a slightly scaled-down Stegosaurus. This fun-sized stegosaurus still had its famous dorsal plates and spikes, and (fun fact) it was alive 20 million years before its famous cousin.

Megalosaurus

Megalosaurus

With the prefix ‘mega’, we’ve already got high expectations for this ‘Great Lizard’ but looking at it – and I don’t want to judge him off his looks – but he’s looks like a… well a dinosaur.



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