Dreadnoughtus is an unlockable dinosaur in Jurassic World Evolution added in the Cretaceous Dinosaurs DLC released on December 13, 2018.
Dreadnoughtus fossils are unlocked in the research center once the player achieves a high enough ranking with the Science Division on Isla Tacaño.
Base Stats (at 100% Genome)
- Cerro Fortaleza Formation
- Apline Pattern
- Tundra Pattern
- Jungle Pattern
- Steppe Pattern
- Arid Pattern
Release From Hatchery
“The mighty Dreadnoughtus was one of the largest terrestrial creatures to have ever lived. While it's known as the 'fears nothing' dinosaur, I would still keep it away from the Indominus rex.”
- - Cabot Finch
- "Weighing in at over 65 tons, Dreadnoughtus is not just the largest dinosaur ever discovered, she's the largest known animal to have ever walked the earth."
- "The name Dreadnoughtus alludes to the dreadnought, a type of battleship, and means "fears nothing". These massive dinosaurs likely had no natural predators."
Dreadnoughtus has 10 Gap ID slots to modify.
- Dreadnoughtus has the largest mass of any dinosaur and requires large amounts of food from tall herbivore feeders.
- They live in small social groups, and are comfortable with a larger population of different species.
- They require a very large amount of grassland and a large amount of forest.
|Ideal Population||0 - 15|
|Social Group||1 - 3|
|Health Recovery||0.16% / s|
|Comfort Recovery||0.70% / s|
|Medical Dart Resistance||300|
|Primary Preference||Tree Ferns|
|Harmed By:||Paw Paw|
|Feeder Type||Tall Herbivore|
- Weighing 65 tons (equivalent to 7 T. rex), Dreadnoughtus is not just the largest dinosaur ever discovered, it's the largest animal known that ever walked the earth. The name Dreadnoughtus alludes to the dreadnought, a type of battleship, and means "fears nothing". These massive dinosaurs likely had no natural predators, although multiple teeth of small theropods were found with the specimens, indicating a Dreadnoughtus carcass was a popular destination for scavengers.
- First discovered in southern Patagonia in 2006 by paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara, and unearthed over the course of four years, two incomplete Dreadnoughtus skeletons have been discovered to date. 70 percent of the skeleton has been recovered, as the specimens were buried quickly by a flood or mudslide. The unusually high completion of the skeleton - including most of the tail and neck, forelimbs and hindlimbs, and more - means it is possible to calculate the weight of the Dreadnoughtus with confidence.
- The Cerro Fortalenza Formation, where the Dreadnoughtus specimens were discovered, was likely a humid, swamp-like environment with a high level of rainfall.
- Despite its name meaning 'Fears Nothing,' it can still be killed by Indominus rex.