Jurassic World: Evolution has just received its latest batch of content, Update 1.5.3, as well as its first major paid expansion pack - The Secrets of Dr. Wu.
Secrets of Dr. Wu adds an abundance of new story missions, locations, and hybridised dinosaurs to fiddle around with. Players can expect new content added practically wherever they look, but even those who aren't ready to purchase the expansion yet are getting to enjoy the major free update.
Jurassic World: Evolution - Update 1.5.3 Patch Notes
- Fixed a crash when the game tries to give you a contract for an upgrade from the PDLC pack but you do not own the PDLC
- Fixed a crash when you try to research a gene after completing all of the Dr. Wu missions
Jurassic World: Evolution - Update 1.5 Changelog
Secrets of Dr. Wu is now available for purchase via Steam, and will set you back $14,99. The list of new additions is considerable, and can be found at the bottom of this entry, as part of the full 1.5 changelog. Just beneath are listed some highlights of the free new update!
-added group/social behaviour for dinosaurs
-dinosaurs capable of contesting leadership have an Alpha
-sleep behaviour added
-more feeder options
-day/night cycle options
-new contracts added
-numerous general tweaks and fixes
Update 1.5 is 1.5 GB large, appropriately, and the entirety of its changelog is quite extensive indeed, and can be found on the game's Steam Discussions page, should you be interested in reading it from top to bottom.
Jurassic World: Evolution - Update 1.4.5 Changelog
-fix softlock when switching island and player save fails to save
-various crash fixes
Jurassic World: Evolution - Update 1.4.3 Changelog
-fixed a crash where reputation updates before the InGen database unlocks have been initialised
-fixed a dinosaur mission-related crash
-fixed shutdown crash when a dinosaur is running away after a fight
-fixed an issue with not being able to activate certain objects like ranger teams
-fixed Gigantosaurus resizing during a fight
-delayed the winner of non-lethal fights returning to the idle pose to reduce head clipping on large theropods
-fixed some missing VO for Italian and Korean
-various text fixes
-various localisation fixes
With a clear intent on keeping their game as true-to-life as is humanly possible, developers of Jurassic World: Evolution are very dedicated to keeping their game up-to-par in the polishing department as well, so plenty of bug fixing is to be expected.
If you've not yet read our review of Jurassic World: Evolution, be sure to give it a read as well, as it should put things into perspective if you're not familiar with how Evolution works.