The developers of Jurassic World: Evolution seem like a particularly eager bunch, especially when it comes to realistic proportions and sizes of their own renditions of prehistoric animals. As part of their upcoming update, Frontier Developments will be resizing some of the dinos we've come to know and love.
Though some imperfections in dinosaur sizes have been noticed a while back, Frontier Developments were unsure as to whether resizing them would be possible at all, due to technical difficulties with the game's engine. It's good news, then, that developers have found a way to resize them.
After receiving considerable feedback about unrealistic dino proportions, Frontier were left with no choice other than to try and figure out how to alleviate the problem. With that, the issues were resolved after much work, and that the following changes will soon be making their way into the game.
Jurassic World: Evolution - Dinosaur Size Alterations
- Scale down the Ceratosaurus from 9.6m (current) to 9m.
- Scale down the Tyrannosaurus Rex from 14m (current) to 13.5m.
- Scale up the Spinosaurus from 13.7m (current) to 15m (making her taller but less bulky than the T-Rex).
- Scale up the Giganotosaurus from 12m (current) to 13.5m.
Frontier wanted to be sure that the execution of these fixes was possible at all before letting loose any sort of hint on the matter. Said update is going to be getting a proper release date later this week, and in the meantime, you can get Jurassic World: Evolution via Steam for 54.99€.