The massive Dino DLC adds two majestic beasts to hunt, along with a free upgrade for Steam owners of Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter Reborn and a gigantic update of new features.
The only thing better than hunting dinosaurs on an alien planet is hunting brand new dinosaurs, and that’s exactly what Cretaceous Terror Pack, the first DLC pack for Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt, adds to Digital Dreams’ hunting game. Entertainment Inc. DLC is launching alongside a major new feature update for PC and console, and Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt is now available free on Steam for owners of Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter Reborn.
Cretaceous Terror Pack includes two terrifying and deadly new theropods for you to hunt or die trying. Giganotosaurus was one of the largest dinosaurs to roam the Earth, but despite its gargantuan size, the beast was twice as fast as its distant relative, Tyrannosaurus Rex – and only half as smart. Giganotosaurus makes lakes its hunting grounds and tends to move in circular patterns, so keep that in mind when planning your approach.
Next is Carnotaurus, another distant relative of Tyrannosaurus Rex that is even deadlier than its famous cousin and Giganotosaurus. Two distinct horns above its eyes set Carnotaurus apart from other theropods, though you won’t have much time to admire them. Carnotaurus can move at speeds of 35 mph and quickly take down its prey, so prepare yourself carefully before hunting this one.
Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt will be released free on Steam for anyone who already owns Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter Reborn with a colossal update based on a powerful new engine. The update features a host of improvements, chief among which is a feature that allows players to adjust dinosaur spawn rates and density at will.
Other improvements in the Steam version include improvements to dinosaur behavior, refined locomotion, blood trails for injured dinosaurs, a tutorial, and even an indicator that alerts players when the wind carries their scent to a dinosaur.
Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunt DLC will also launch on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch with an update that adds the spawn feature to consoles, along with improvements to the user interface, game economy, and gameplay. progression system.