There comes a point, soon after you genetically modify your first dinosaur, where you start to sound like you’re describing beasts from mythology. The Stegoceratops takes the crest and horns of a triceratops, the back-mounted plates of a Stegosaurus, the exoskeleton of a beetle, and goodness-knows-what from a snake. We’re assured the snake is in there somewhere. There’s a reason you haven’t seen the Stegoceratops before and that reason is Colin Trevorrow’s son. Jurassic World protagonists Owen and Claire would have first encountered the dino, along with the rest of the world, upon discovering that Dr. Henry Wu was secretly making hybrids in the jungle. The scene never made it into the finished script for the reboot, however, since Trevorrow Jr. pointed out that the Stego would’ve taken away from the shine of the new Indominus Rex. The upshot of that decision by Universal’s most perceptive unpaid producer is that Frontier gets to tell the story publicly for the first time in Jurassic World Evolution. In the alternately serene and chaotic management game’s next DLC, we find Wu running an off-grid facility that, while not quite in the jungle - which presents countless construction issues - is certainly adjacent to it. Sure enough, among the three hybrids he has you breeding is the Stegoceratops.