Keep Jurassic World Evolution 2’s scientists happy or suffer “dire consequences”

Keep Jurassic World Evolution 2’s scientists happy or suffer “dire consequences”

While it still doesn’t have a release date, Jurassic World Evolution 2 is still planned to be out for PC later this year, and the eagerly-awaited dinosaur management follow-up has a fair number of new features already planned. A big new addition is the inclusion of a scientist team to individually manage – and if you don’t, expect them to go all Dennis Nedry on your park.

Scientists are the new park management support team being introduced in Jurassic World Evolution 2, which were briefly revealed in the game’s first development diary last month – except you were probably distracted by the news that those clever girls the Velociraptors are now able to hunt in packs.

Now developer Frontier has released a new video guide specifically dedicated to Jurassic World Evolution 2’s scientists, giving a lot of detail on how they can help or hinder the player’s park. While they can help improve various park functions – such as cheaper dinosaur incubation or faster fossil excavation – they can also get stressed, which can lead to “dire consequences”.