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Jurassic World: Primal Ops was a IOS/Android mobile game. The game was later shut down on October 31st, 2022.

Gameplay[]

Players become "an elite battle-trained dinosaur handler" and must travel across North America and rescue dinosaurs from poachers, mercenaries, and other threats. Once you rescue a dinosaur you can call on them to fight alongside you in battle with each dinosaur having its own unique abilities. By exploring North America you may also find Dinosaur eggs, DNA strands, and other secrets hidden throughout the landscape. You can use these collectibles to level up and strengthen your dinosaurs furthering your bond with them and unlocking new abilities.[1]

Prehistoric Creatures[]

Main article: List of creatures in Jurassic World: Primal Ops

Cut Prehistoric Creatures[]

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  1. The dinosaurs in this game are categorized by family: T-rex, Baryonyx, Velociraptor, Stygimoloch, Dilophosaurus, Pteranodon, Triceratops, Stegosaurus, and Ankylosaurus.
  2. Sauropods, ornithomimosaurs, therizinosaurs, oviraptorosaurs, pseudosuchians, and synapsids were going to appear in the game before its closure.
  3. The Concavenator and the Deinonychus were originally in the background art of the reward crates, which, when opened, give the player DNA of various dinosaurs. In a major update, they were both removed from the crate art. These dinosaurs were unable to be utilized in-game before its removal.
  • It is currently unknown why it closed not long after release, since games like Jurassic World: the game and Jurassic World: Alive have been going strong for years and are still receiving updates. Some models of the dinosaurs are similar to those from Jurassic World: Evolution while others are similar to those from Jurassic World: Alive.
  • Additionally, the Pachyrhinosaurus model was based off of a fan design by Steamblust on Twitter, although the model has since been modified to reduce the resemblance.[2]

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