Jurassic World Evolution premium DLC: The Secrets of Dr. Wu launches today for PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One
Frontier Developments plc today unleashes Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. WuDLC for PC, and the Xbox One all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. Based on Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s blockbuster franchise, and created in collaboration with Universal, Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wuexpands the Jurassic World Evolution campaign with new missions and an all-new Jurassic World story.
Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wu launches today for £12.99 ($14.99, €14.99) on PC and Xbox One digital stores. Downloadable content requires Jurassic World Evolution to play.
Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wu unlocks new campaign missions, putting players in control of two hidden research facilities on Isla Muerta and Isla Tacaño where Dr. Henry Wu, voiced by BD Wong, is developing a new generation of hybrid dinosaurs. Players will confront an elevated level of chaos and threat caused by Wu’s machinations as they work alongside the doctor and discover new dig sites, facility upgrades and research opportunities.
Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wu also introduces the herbivore Olorotitan and the venomous Troodon to Jurassic World Evolution, alongside three new Wu-created hybrids: the Stegoceratops, Ankylodocus and Spinoraptor. Players can progress through Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wu missions to unlock new upgrades and research options that can be used throughout the Jurassic World Evolution campaign, including the Indominus Rex’s unique camouflage gene as seen in 2015’s Jurassic World.
New campaign missions unlock after players achieve a four-star rating on Isla Muerta. For full details on Jurassic World Evolution: Secrets of Dr. Wu content, visitJurassicWorldEvolution.com.
Also, as of today, all Jurassic World Evolution players will receive a free game update introducing an optional day/night cycle to the campaign, new dinosaur grouping and sleeping behaviours, new contracts and new large-capacity feeders.