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How To Stop Dinosaurs Escaping In Jurassic World Evolution

How To Stop Dinosaurs Escaping In Jurassic World Evolution
Escaping dinosaurs is a difficult challenge, but one easily solved. This guide will tell you How To Stop Dinosaurs Escaping In Jurassic World Evolution so you don’t have to spend your entire time chasing down evading dinosaurs, fixing up fences and having your guests getting eaten alive.

None of the dinosaurs in Jurassic World Evolution escape without reason. Even the highly aggressive dinosaurs will remain within the boundaries of a fenced in area if you know what you are doing. However, with the constant influx of new fossils (especially with multiple dig teams) and new dinosaurs, it can be very easy to get carried away with new dinosaurs and forgetting to maintain your own.

How To Stop Dinosaurs Escaping In Jurassic World Evolution

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There are two methods. Firstly, fences. You can built a network of fences that provide enough time for your ACU to respond and tranquilize the dinosaur before they escape. It’s sometimes useful for the more dangerous dinosaurs, or if you need to keep one contained for a short period for a mission. However, there is a far more reliable method that works in the long run.

Stopping your dinosaurs escaping is all about managing their comfort level. Sadly the game doesn’t provide stats on dinosaurs until you actually make one. Assuming you have all the basics, food, water, fence etc, there are two main comfort stats that will cause your dinosaurs to escape.

These two stats are Social and Population. Check out an image of my prime Diplodocus below.

As you can see here, my Diplodocus is perfectly happy at 100% comfort. All good, right? Not quite. If you look at his Social stat, it is a tiny bit above red. If that was to drop just once, it would cause the dinosaur to lose comfort and eventually try to escape. You increase the Social stat by adding more dinosaurs of the same species into the same pen. However, you need to be careful.

The other important stat is Population. As you can see in the image, my Diplodocus is quite the social beast. The blue bar, representing the maximum it can handle is really high. This makes it a fantastic dinosaur for large herbivore pens. With 3-4 Diplodocus I can ensure their social remains high, and then just keep adding others. You need to pay attention to new dinosaurs you add.

As soon as they arrive, check their social and population levels. If social is low, add a couple more as quickly as possible. If their population is much lower than all the other dinosaurs, move them to a new pen.

And that’s How To Stop Dinosaurs Escaping In Jurassic World Evolution.

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Blaine Smith

Blaine Smith, or Smith as he prefers to be called as he doesn't have to repeat it four times before people get it, is one of the original founders of Gamers Heroes. Smith has been playing games for over 30 years, from Rex & 180 on ZX Spectrum to the latest releases on the ninth generation of consoles. RPG's are his go-to genre, with the likes of Final Fantasy, Legend of Legaia, and Elder Scrolls being among his favorites, but he'll play almost anything once (except Dark Souls). You can best reach him on Twitter

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