Jurassic World Evolution: Claire's Sanctuary hits this month

Frontier Developments dino-park simulator gets even bigger with a new piece of premium DLC later this month.


We’re about to have a lot more to play with when it comes to building epic amusement parks in Jurassic World Evolution. Set to release later this month, Claire’s Sanctuary is a brand-new piece of premium DLC that adds the Albertosaurus, Euoplocephalus and Ouranosaurus. This will give players even more to do in the amusement park simulator. Jurassic World Evolution: Claire’s Sanctuary is set to release on June 18 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Jurassic World Evolution: Claire’s Sanctuary hits this month
Jurassic World Evolution: Claire’s Sanctuary includes a new Greenhouse building.

Claire’s Sanctuary will act as a brand-new standalone campaign. On top of the three new dinosaurs, players will also find new paleobotany features and a new Greenhouse facility that lets players research and develop a slew of extinct plants for their dino feeders. Finally, the premium DLC will come with a new off-road truck tour that park visitors can take to get a view of the action firsthand.

According to the press release, the new downloadable content will task players with rescuing dinosaurs from Isla Nublar in a race against the clock. The campaign stars Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing, and will give players a new way to experience Jurassic World Evolution.

Claire’s Sanctuary isn’t the only upcoming update for Jurassic World Evolution, though. Players will also find a free game update available to download on June 18. The free update will include new creative options that give players more control over rock, flora, and terrain types. This new, free update will also make changes to the Spinosauridae care and Pachycephalosauridae defense. Finally, the Gyrosphere system and monorails will see some improvements, as well as some other quality of life fixes.

You can check out the trailer for Jurassic World Evolution: Claire’s Sanctuary above. It’s looking to be a nifty little update for the amusement park simulator, and I’m definitely stoked to see what all it has to offer when it releases later this month. To keep up with any additional news or features, make sure you follow Shacknews on Twitter.

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