Jurassic World Evolution DLC Guide -  Fallen Kingdom DLC Release Date, Dinosaurs and Patch

Jurassic World Evolution DLC Guide - Fallen Kingdom DLC Release Date, Dinosaurs and Patch

All the info you need to get started in Jurassic World Evolution

Jurassic World Evolution is available now digitally. It already offers players a hefty chunk of content to play around with, featuring six islands, a huge roster of iconic dinosaurs, and three separate sets of missions to complete. It seems that fans are already clamoring for more dino goodies though, so luckily Jurassic World Evolution DLC is out now for Fallen Kingdom. In this guide we’ll detail everything you need to know about Jurassic World Evolution Fallen Kingdom DLC, including what additional dinosaurs it adds, and when you’ll be able to play it. We’ll also detail some of the other bonus content you can already get for the game.

For more on Jurassic World Evolution, head over to our Jurassic World Evolution Guides hub. You’ll find info on how to sell your dinosaurs, a breakdown of all six islands in the game, a full list of dinosaur species, and more.

Jurassic World Evolution DLC

Jurassic World Evolution is currently only available digitally, with a physical release planned for July. There are already a couple of DLC packs for the game, adding in new dinosaurs pulled from all five films in the Jurassic Park series. We’ve gathered all the info on each one, info which you can find below.

Jurassic World Evolution Deluxe Edition Dinosaurs

There are two versions of Jurassic World Evolution that you can buy at the moment, the Standard Edition and the Deluxe Edition. The Deluxe Edition comes with five additional dinosaurs, which we’ve listed below:

  • Styracosaurus
  • Crichtonsaurus
  • Majungasaurus
  • Archaeornithomimus
  • Suchominus

These dinosaurs can only be added to the game by buying the Deluxe Edition, or by purchasing the Deluxe Dinosaur Pack add-on for Jurassic World Evolution.

Jurassic World Evolution Fallen Kingdom DLC

To coincide with the US release of Jurassic World Evolution on June 22, Frontier Development is released a brand new DLC pack. The Jurassic World Evolution Fallen Kingdom DLC brings an additional six new dinosaurs, all brought over from the new movie.

The Jurassic World Evolution Fallen Kingdom DLC is completely free, and brings the total dinosaur count up to 48, if you include the Deluxe dinosaurs too. It also brings a host of bug fixes and a new patch along with it, addressing some of the issues that have cropped up since launch.

New Dinosaurs in the Fallen Kingdom DLC

If you're a big Fallen Kingdom fan and really want to have the new dinosaurs from the film in Jurassic World Evolution, the six below are now available at no extra cost.

  • Indoraptor
  • Baryonyx
  • Stygimoloch
  • Carnotaurus
  • Allosaurus
  • Sinoceratops

A number of new dig sites have also been added with the update. These include locations in Surrey, UK, and Shandong, China.

  • Smokejack Clay Pit, Surrey, UK
  • La Colonia Formation, Chubut Province, Argentina
  • Xingezhuang Formation, Shandong, China
  • Updated some existing dig sites for the new dinosaurs

Then InGen database has also seen an update. Included in the Fallen Kingdom DLC update are numerous new character bios and unlocks.

  • Iris Carroll
  • Benjamin Lockwood
  • Franklin Webb
  • Maisie Lockwood
  • Zia Rodriguezo
  • Eli Mills
  • Ken Wheatley
  • Gunnar Eversoll

That’s everything we know about Jurassic World Evolution DLC at present. We’ll be updating this guide as more dinosaurs are added to the game, and when we find out what the other five are in the Fallen Kingdom DLC are. In the meantime, check out our Jurassic World Evolution Dinosaurs List for a full list of every dinosaur in the game.

Jake Green

Guides Editor

Jake is a former freelance writer who now heads up guides for USG. He spends his days dreaming of an X-Files dating-sim and will play literally any game with monkeys in it. He has an unhealthy obsession with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and would pretty much trade a kidney for Skate 4 at this point.

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