How to supply electricity to the parks

Management simulation games always have mechanics that make players think wisely about their resources. In Jurassic World Evolution 2, players need to manage power output and how much it costs to ensure that they can run the park more efficiently. It’s one of the smaller challenges fans will face when create their own Jurassic Park, but there are many methods for how to effectively manage park electricity.

Since the original Evolution of the Jurassic World game, the biggest thing players need to keep in mind to keep their park running smoothly is to make sure all of their buildings are connected to the site’s path and power supply. The first title refers to a system of substations, substations, and pylons to ensure that electricity is distributed evenly across any buildings and surrounds that require them. The player can see where the power is being distributed by a yellow circle to which buildings and parts of the fence must be placed in order to connect to it. In the sequel, this system was extended.


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Jurassic World Evolution 2’s power system


The player can access the power buildings on the left menu, after selecting the lightning bolt icon. Once in that particular subdivision, they will see a number of buildings available for construction to power their park. There are three different options fans can choose from, each varying in price. There are backup generators, repeater substations, and large and small power stations and substations.

In Jurassic World Evolution 2, a backup generator is the default option for players who want more power. These do not require pylons or power stations and are an inexpensive way to power buildings on paper at first, but backup generators need fuel to run and therefore require fans. keep paying for more energy. After the player has enough money by taking guests with creatures like Mosasaurus, they should invest in more energy options that will drain their income.

Power stations and pylons in Jurassic World Evolution 2

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The only options available outside of backup generators are generating stations, substations, and pylons. All three of these are necessary for the electrical system to function as intended. Generating stations can be placed anywhere the fans want, but a substation needs to be hooked up to it to distribute electricity. Connecting substations with towers would easily distribute electricity throughout the park, but these buildings needs to be studied. The requirements for each research node are listed below.

Knot Request Prize
Improved electrical technology Scientists add up to 5 Logistic skill points Small Power Stations, Substations and Mounts
Improved power distribution Complete innovative electrical technology, raise scientist logistics skills to 8 points, build a working mini power station, increase your park rating by 2.5 stars Large substation
Advanced electrical technology Complete Improved Power Distribution System, Increase your park rating to 3.5 stars, build at least 5 substations that work, build a mini power station Big power station

A new option for the game are repeater substations. Repeater substations are substations and racks wrapped in one convenient package. For any player looking to avoid a park covered with their pylons and wires, repeater substations will do the trick. Repeater substations need to be linked to a small or large substation, and from there, can be chained across. New Jurassic Park. Repeating substations can be unlocked through research by completing the Advanced Electrical Technology research node, building at least 3 active substations, and building a mini power station.

Jurassic World Evolution 2 currently available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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