Jurassic World Evolution 2 - The Gigantoraptor in the Spotlight

29 November 2023, 12:16 / by Tom Schwiha
Jurassic World Evolution 2 - The Gigantoraptor in the Spotlight

The Gigantoraptor: An Impressive Predator

Welcome back, park manager! In our current species field guide series, we're talking about some of the fascinating prehistoric creatures you can care for in Jurassic World Evolution 2. Today, we're taking a closer look at a particularly impressive specimen: the Gigantoraptor.

This majestic creature from the Cretaceous Predator Pack definitely stands out - with its striking plumage and long, elongated legs, it certainly provides an intimidating presence in your parks. But don't be fooled by its toothless lower jaw - the Gigantoraptor is anything but harmless!

The Giant Thief from Inner Mongolia

The Gigantoraptor was first discovered in Inner Mongolia in 2005 and is the largest known Oviraptorosaur - no wonder its name means "giant thief". With a terrifying beak, as seen in most Oviraptorosaurs, and powerful legs that should have allowed it to build and maintain speed over long periods of time, its prey stood no chance.

A Social Giant

Despite its menacing size, Gigantoraptors are social creatures. So make sure you have some of its kind in the same enclosure - after all, you don't want to see unhappy Gigantoraptors in your parks!

Cretaceous Predator Pack & Free Update 8

In addition to the Gigantoraptor, many other exciting species await you in the Cretaceous Predator Pack for Jurassic World Evolution 2. And with the upcoming Free Update 8, there are even more reasons to be excited. Stay tuned to find out what's coming next!

Cretaceous Predator Pack & Free Update 8 Live Stream

If you're curious about what the Gigantoraptor could look like in your parks, then you shouldn't miss the Cretaceous Predator Pack & Free Update 8 live stream. Join us on November 29th at 4 PM GMT for a closer look at this fascinating giant.

The Jurassic World Evolution 2: Cretaceous Predator Pack will be released on November 30th. We hope you enjoyed this introduction to the Gigantoraptor, and we look forward to seeing how you integrate it into your parks. Have fun discovering and caring for your prehistoric creatures!

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