Jurassic World Evolution 2 'Early Cretaceous' DLC Release Time & Date
New dinosaurs arrive in Jurassic World Evolution 2's first DLC!
Jurassic World Evolution 2 is set to receive its first DLC pack later this week, titled ‘Early Cretaceous’. Unfortunately, you’ll have to pay for the game’s first DLC, but the developers have stated that a free title update is also launching alongside it.
If you’re already eager for more Jurassic World Evolution 2 content, there’s not long to go until the release of Early Cretaceous and the first title update. So, here’s everything you need to know, including the official release time for both pieces of content.
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Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous DLC Release Time and Date
Jurassic World Evolution 2: Early Cretaceous DLC will release on Thursday, December 9th, 2021 at 6AM PT / 9AM ET / 2PM GMT.
As mentioned previously, the game’s first free update is also set to launch alongside the release of the Early Cretaceous DLC. The free update for Jurassic World Evolution 2 will also launch at the same time as the game’s first DLC.
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All details surrounding the release date and time for the upcoming DLC and title update were sourced from the developer’s official website.
What’s Included In The Early Cretaceous DLC?
Whether you’re picking up the Early Cretaceous DLC pack or just waiting for the first free title update, there’s plenty to look forward to.
According to the official developer’s blog post, Early Cretaceous includes two new land dinosaurs, one new flying reptile, and one new marine reptile to the game, all from the Early Cretaceous Era.
As for the free title update, players set to receive more playable maps, more building sets, rock perch points for flying reptiles, several other quality of life changes, and some bug fixes.
For more details on both the Early Cretaceous DLC and the Jurassic World Evolution 2 title update, check out the developer blog post on their website.