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Deinocheirus is creatable in Jurassic World: The Game as a tournament herbivore.


Information Edit

Deinocheirus is unlocked by winning a Deinocheirus pack from either the roulette or if the player places in the top 1% of the Deinocheirus tournament. Additional individuals can be purchased in the market for 5,500 DNA.

Cost and Time to Hatch
Availability Legendary
Incubation Period 5 Days (5:21:00)
Placement Cost Free (1st Individual, Card Packs)

5,500 DNA

Selling Reward 2,750 DNA
Maximum Earning Rate 1,408 Gold/Minute
Additional Information Deinocheirus

Unlocked TriviaEdit

Evo 1Edit

Reward: 3,960 Food

"In 1965, a pair of large arms were discoverd. They inspired the Deinocherius's name, which means 'horrible hand'."

Evo 2Edit

Reward: 33,605 Food

"Nearly 40 years discovering a pair of Deinocheirus arms, two complete specimens were discovered in 2014."

Evo 3Edit

Reward: 154,000 Food and 100 Dino Bucks

"Did you know that the Deinocheirus belongs to a group of dinosaurs that resemble the modern ostrich?"

Evo 4Edit

Reward: 650,870 Food, 100 Dino Bucks, and 114 Loyalty Points

"The Deinocheirus has a small head, large eyes, long neck, and beak. They are among some of the fastest dinosaurs!"


  • Level 1-10
  • Level 11-20
  • Level 21-30
  • Level 31-40

Level-Based StatsEdit

Level Unmodified Earning Rate (1 Hour) Feeding Costs Life Attack
10 2,640 Evolve (00:00:00 @ DNA) 342 249
20 10,560 Evolve (00:00:00 @ DNA) 586 427
30 31,680 Evolve (00:00:00 @ DNA) 893 651
40 84,480 MAX 1264 922


  • Its hump appears to be much less pronounced than in real life, until its final evolution. An interesting feature to the Deinocheirus in the game is that it has fur-like feathers, which it had in reality.
  • Despite being an ornithomimid, in the game, it uses the same model for the therizinosaurids, TherizinosaurusSegnosaurus, and Erlikosaurus although it is likely because Deinocheirus looks more like a therizinosaurid than a ornithomimid.