If you want to continue expanding your park in Jurassic World Evolution, then knowing how to make money is going to be key. There are quite a few ways you can increase the number of digits in your bank account, and today we’ll go over some of the most useful ways you can make more money fast in Jurassic World Evolution.
How to Make Money Fast
There are a number of ways to make money in Jurassic World Evolution and knowing how to make the most of these options will play a huge part in your overall success as a park manager. That being said, you’ll want to ensure you come to grips with making money early on, as this will allow you to stock up your bank account and expand the park quite a bit with new attractions like dinosaurs, buildings, and more.
One of the best ways to make money quickly in Jurassic World Evolution is to focus on contracts. Contracts task you with completing various tasks for the three different divisions of your park—the Science, Security, and Entertainment districts. These tasks can range from things like testing your security protocols to completing expeditions, and even to hatching new dinosaurs using the incubator in the Hammond Lab.
Take on Missions
Like contracts, missions have a high payout and only require you to meet a few requirements. The biggest difference here is that missions will often task you with doing quite a few more tasks than your contracts will. This means you’re often looking at multiple pieces, which you’ll need to complete in order to receive a large chunk of cash. The nice thing here, though, is the fact that missions often pay upwards of one million dollars into your bank account upon completion.
Raise Your Park’s Attraction
There are a lot of key components that help determine how attractive your park is to potential guests and knowing how to raise that number will allow you to increase the amount of ticket sales you’re raking in each day in Jurassic World Evolution.
You can increase the attraction of your park by doing things like building new buildings and attractions. These can range from small things like fast food restaurants to full-blown exhibits that allow your guests to step into the past and look at dinosaurs up close and personal. Doing so will require you to spend money, but once you spend that first little bit of money, you’ll soon find yourself raking in loads more per minute from the proceeds that your park pulls in.
If you can master these three aspects and make the most of them, then you shouldn’t struggle for money in Jurassic World Evolution. The game takes a much simpler approach to handling your finances than Frontier Developments' previous theme park simulator, Planet Coaster, which means you can focus more on what really matters—filling the world with unique and exceptionally wonderful dinosaurs. You can check out more of our strategy content by heading over to our Jurassic World Evolution guides or check out our guide on how to get started in Jurassic World Evolution today.