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Thread: How Jurassic World Evolution made it's T-Rex

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    How Jurassic World Evolution made it's T-Rex

    http://www.ign.com/articles/2018/05/...trex-ign-first

    I haven't watched it yet myself, but figured i'd share it straight away

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    Thanks for sharing!

    I like that they mention ambush behavior of T-Rex and they seem to walk side-by-side on one scene. Those AI level is what I've been expecting.

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    I'm glad that they apparently ''fixed'' the camera that is fixed on the dinosaurs. I remember from the first preview in March that everyone was complaining that the camera was too low to the ground, me included.

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    Thanks for share! Everything related to the creative process of the game is to be appreciated.

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    I've now watched it myself. I like these video's where the team from Frontier talks about the game! It's really cool to see what they did with the T-Rex in the game and i'm looking forward to seeing more about it. Also very cool to have them walking side by side!

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    Originally Posted by dLimith View Post (Source)
    very cool to have them walking side by side!
    Absolutly!! that shows us, that the T´rex wont attack or flee everytime they´re close to eachother like in JPOG. Sozial Tyrannosaurs, I like that!

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    Thanks for sharing the link.
    It looks and sounds just right imo.

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    Have you noticed the wrinkles and the pallor of the T-Rex on the right when walking with the other? Is it confirmed that dinosaurs age and wrinkle? Please have someone from Frontier confirm or deny it.

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    Originally Posted by Parritron View Post (Source)
    Have you noticed the wrinkles and the pallor of the T-Rex on the right when walking with the other? Is it confirmed that dinosaurs age and wrinkle? Please have someone from Frontier confirm or deny it.
    I believe aging and scarring are confirmed. What we don't know is exactly how aging affects the appearance of the dinosaur, if at all.

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    I wonder...

    I am wondering .. if there will be other tyrannosaurs in the game.

    Yes - it wonderful to see the T. rex confirmed -- like there was ever any doubt. But there should be some other tyrannosaurs as well. Since we are getting multiple species of Spinosaurs, raptors, ornithomimids, neoceratosaurs, stegosaurs, ceratopsids, pachycephalosaurs, & such. Why not multiple tyrannosaurs?

    I would like see some smaller more gracile tyrannosaurs - like the Albertosaurine & Alioramini tyrannosaurs.

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    Originally Posted by blubbit View Post (Source)
    I believe aging and scarring are confirmed. What we don't know is exactly how aging affects the appearance of the dinosaur, if at all.
    https://i.redditmedia.com/Y91WqfBYMv...URa5haqGg.png?

    According to this image, aging affects appearance.

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    Sweet! I think we have our confirmation and first look at dino aging! The older one also appears to be a different skin from the looks of it. Darker, more gray than brown.

    EDIT: Btw, the link didn't work. I just saw that it directed me to reddit, so I went to the JWE reddit to see it.

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    Seeing the aging for the first time, I'm impressed.
    I thought it would be something barely visible but I never expected this.

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    It looks like you can have more than one Tyrannosaurus in an exhibit without having them kill each other. Sweet!

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    I actually hadn't noticed the difference when I first watched the video. But now that I've seen it it's so obvious. Love it!

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