There are four modes that you can choose to play in Jurassic World Evolution 2. All of the modes in the game have their own unique characteristics but all of them have the same goal, be successful. If you're not sure which mode to play, we're going to answer a potentially helpful question - what is chaos theory mode? We also let you know if it's worth playing this mode first.
What Is Chaos Theory Mode?
Chaos theory is the mode that takes you back through iconic moments from the previous Jurassic Park and Jurassic World movies. You get to play "what if..." scenarios that have been taken from the game, such as building and opening Jurassic Park to the public with John Hammond. You still need to navigate all aspects of running a safe and successful business but you will do so in scenarios set within or after the films.
While you are playing through any of the modes in the game, you should check out the rest of our guides in our walkthrough hub.
Is It Worth Playing Chaos Theory First?
Yes, it is worth playing chaos theory first because it gives you a thorough walkthrough of how to build a park. The first scenario in the mode, Jurassic Park, will give you detailed explanations of how running a park works and this is really useful if you're new to the game. It's worth mentioning that it would be better to play this mode before playing the campaign mode as you get slightly more help when you're first attempting to build your park.
Once you have decided which mode to play in Jurassic World Evolution 2, you will need to balance managing a park with improving the welfare of your dinosaurs. Luckily, we have some guides that can help you if things get overwhelming. We have a guide on how to help injured dinosaurs and a guide on how to increase guest comfort.