Jurassic World Evolution: Claire's Sanctuary Has You Save the Dinosaurs From a Giant Volcano.

Claire's Sanctuary also includes three new dinosaurs, new Paleobotany research, great food service for your favorite dinos, and much more.

Jurassic World Evolution is the best-selling park sim from Frontier Developments.
The team has now announced Claire’s Sanctuary, the latest expansion pack that features new missions, dinosaurs, locations, and more. Check out the trailer below.

This latest expansion pack lets you play through the story of Claire Dearing’s (voiced by Bryce Dallas Howard) rescue mission on Isla Nublar. The long-dormant Mt. Sibo has become active once again and it’s pending volcanic eruption threatens to wipe out all dinos on the island. You must work quickly with the island’s staff to take as many dinos as possible from danger to the island of Sanctuary.

Claire’s Sanctuary also adds three new dinosaurs. The Albertosaurus is a large tyrannosaur who is sure to bring in guests given its monstrous size and predator status. The 4,400-pound Euplocephalus and duck-billed Ouranosaurus round out the new dinos offered in the expansion.

You will also get access to brand-new Paleobotany mechanics that let you research plants to grow in the new greenhouse. From there, you can serve your dinos their favorite meals which can increase their lifespan and prestige. This also helps make them feel at home on the new island.

Along with the paid expansion, everyone will get access to the free 1.8 update. This introduces new terrain and scenery items, along with gyrosphere improvements and better Spinosaurid care. These and other additions are all fan-requested, so I would expect everything here to be a hit with the community.

Jurassic World Evolution is available now on PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Claire’s Sanctuary will launch on June 18 for all platforms.

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Ricky Frech

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