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How To Transport The Baryonyx In Jurassic World Evolution 2

The very first objective in the game is to tranquilize and move a dinosaur. This guide on How To Transport The Baryonyx In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will tell you how to complete this initial objective as the interface between using a helicopter and the main park management tools can be a little clunky at first.

The first mission in Jurassic World Evolution 2 acts a tutorial to introduce you to various aspects of the game. The first think you’re tasked with doing is constructing the Response Facility. This is very straight forward, simply construct the facility and wait for it to build. While it’s building, build a backup generator nearby and then connect the facility to the path. You’re then automatically placed in the pilot seat of the helicopter and tasked with finding the Baryonyx, tranquilizing it, and then returning it to the pen.

How To Transport The Baryonyx In Jurassic World Evolution 2

Use the compass at the top of your screen to track the dinosaur and then tranquilize it with the gun. You will need to hit it twice for the tranquilizer to have full effect. Once the dinosaur goes down you’re tasked with moving it back. You cannot do this while you’re in the helicopter so you need to press O/B/RMB on PS/XB/PC in order to close the helicopter pilot interface and return to the normal park interface.

Then simply navigate down to the Transport option on the main bar. Highlight the dinosaur, and press the corresponding select button (shown in the bottom left). Once it is selected drag the cursor all the way back to the pen and press the same button again. The helicopter will then automatically travel to the dinosaur, pick it up, and return it to the location you selected.

Once of the early objectives involves isolating dinosaurs from other dinosaurs. This guide on How To Isolate Triceratops From Other Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2 will walk you through the process of completing this objective as if you decided to complete the mission in a certain way, it can be confusing.
Dead dinosaurs can spread disease and kill your other dinosaurs. This guide on How To Remove Dead Dinosaurs In Jurassic World Evolution 2 explains the process behind removing dinosaurs that have died so you can avoid further contaminating the herd and get rid of the corpse before it gets too late.
One of the things you need to do in Jurassic World Evolution 2 is assign a ranger team to a ranger outpost. Check out this guide to find out how to assign ranger teams in Jurassic World Evolution 2. This way you can keep up to date on your dino's status.
During the 2nd mission in Washington, a bug can stop you progressing. This Jurassic World Evolution 2 How To Ensure Allosaurus Is Safely Enclosed guide will tell you how you can complete this objective if you have already healed the dinosaurs injuries but the progress bar for the objective is not progressing.

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